Dr. Harshvardhan reviews the preparations of AIIMS based in New Delhi

New Delhi: Union Health and Family Welfare Minister Dr. Harsh Vardhan visited All India Institute of Medical Sciences (MIS), New Delhi today and reviewed his preparations related to Covid-19 in view of the increase in the recently divided cases in the capital.

He also visited the Jai Prakash Narayan Apex Trauma Center (JP Depression) of All India Institute of Medical Sciences (MIS), New Delhi and inquired about the patients who are being treated here.

Dr. Harshvardhan held a detailed review meeting on the availability of beds / oxygen-rich beds in general / ICU wards with the heads of various departments engaged in the treatment of Covid and non-Covid medical conditions. The meeting also noted the difficulties faced by the department heads and their colleagues in completing their current Slavs.

Corona initially praises the daughters’ contribution, Drs. Harshvardhan said that with the basis of infectious disease, further work would be comparatively easy: “I am glad to know that our enemies are not only aware but also concerned with the current situation. I have come here to discuss the current situation and what the future scenario may be so that we can adopt extreme-active, first and gradual behavior like last year. It is not that we have not faced problems in 2020. But, in 2021, we have more knowledge and understanding and more experience about the disease than in the previous year. Last year, you helped not only the patients here but also the fellow doctors across the country through teleconsultation. “

The Union Health Minister highlighted India’s journey to become self-reliant in medical devices. He said, “I remember our situation on April 5, 2020, when we did not have PCBE kits, ventilators, and N-95 faces. We were unfairly criticized around the world for the perceived lack of health infrastructure. Infrastructure and production capabilities . With significant expansion, we have come a long way. Until we did not know much about the virus and can beat it again with our one-year experience. “

On the importance of seeing non-divided patients at the time of the epidemic, Drs. Harsh Vardhan said that “We also have to think of non-divided persons. We should not neglect and influence their treatment. Now we are equipped with all measures; we have to think about dealing with the present unfortunate situation. Needs. We need to think about developing new models that can be implemented in other parts of the country to enable Windows. I want to provide my solutions to all of you. I can help you implement this. I will try my best to do it. The country has high expectations from you. “

He then visited the patient ward of Jai Prakash Narayan Apex Trauma Center (JP Junction) of AIIMS, New Delhi (Dedicated Covid Hospital) and interacted with several patients undergoing treatment there. HC assured them of the best care.

Dr. Harshvardhan later also interacted with the media and used the occasion to remind people of the many virtues of Particular Appropriate Behavior (CAB): “Our biggest fight at the moment is to divide people badly ‘Reasonable behavior is two. People have adopted a careless method which is very dangerous. The appropriate behavior that divides belonging is the biggest social tool by which we can break the chain ahead.] CAB’s quest for a divided free environment To motivate the public by following, he put up figures that reflect the hard work of the health and objectives line workers as well as the hard work of the general public: “52 districts in India from where the new one in the last 7 days There have been no cases in the last 14 days from 34 districts, 21 days from 4 districts and in the last 28 days from 44 districts, ”he said. He also called for the central government to stop the black marketing of drugs like Remedisiver and Etolizumab. He also informed about the detailed steps taken.

Director of AIIMS along with the Union Minister, Dr. during the well-known review visit. Randeep Guleria and other senior Drs were also there.

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