In Patna, Bihar’s capital, the number of oxygenated beds has been increased in three Kovid Care hospitals for treatment of patients infected with Corona virus, in which treatment started in two hospitals on Sunday and another hospital will be admitted from Monday. In all three hospitals, arrangements have been made to recruit 312 patients on oxygen beds.
The two hospitals in which patients have started getting admitted are Bihata ESI Hospital and Rajendra Nagar Eye Hospital. At the same time, patients will start being admitted from Monday afternoon at the Kovid-19 Center built at Pataliputra Sports Complex. Oxygen has been provided in 100 beds at Bihta ESI Hospital, in which patients are being admitted whose oxygen level is low. There is no facility of ICU and ventilator here. In the same complex, ICU and ventilator facilities have been provided on ten of the 50 beds operated by the army. However, a 200-bed isolation center has been asked to be constructed at the ESI hospital at the level of the District Magistrate.
In a letter written by DM to the Civil Surgeon, it is said that a 500-bed hospital can be operated here. There is also enough facility for this. That is why initiative should be taken in this direction also. At present, the work of recruiting patients on 100 beds has started. Currently, there are 17 patients admitted to Kovid-19 Center, who are undergoing treatment. Similarly, oxygen has been provided in Rajendra Nagar Eye Hospital on 100 beds. The 112-bed Kovid-19 Care Center at Pataliputra Sports Stadium in Kankarbagh was ready on Sunday. An oxygen pipeline has been provided on the beds. Patients will be admitted here from Monday evening. DM Dr. Chandrashekhar Singh, SSP Upendra Sharma and Municipal Commissioner Himanshu Sharma also reviewed the arrangements of the hospital.
Hundred beds in the next three days and
In the next three days, 100 more beds containing oxygen will be installed in Bihta ESI Hospital. DM Dr. Chandrashekhar Singh said that there can be treatment on 500 beds. Fifty beds are currently being operated by Army physicians. Covid Care Center to be started at 200. Out of this, treatment has been started on hundred beds. Instructions have been given to make arrangements on hundred extra beds.