Process of denotifying Kovid wards started in GMC

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Jammu. Recruitment of non-covid patients has started in the ortho ward of GMC. This ward one has been denotified instead of Kovid. With the control of Kovid infection, preparations are being made to provide relief to non-covid patients. For this, the process of denotifying the Kovid wards in the associated hospitals has been started. After denotifying many wards, the concerned departments have also started admitting general patients. Apart from this, keeping in mind the future preparedness, supply of oxygen pipeline is being provided in many wards and units in GMC on a permanent basis.
Various wards of GMC have been converted into Kovid, in which hundreds of patients have been admitted, but gradually the process of denotifying these wards has been started as the number of patients decreases. Ward 1 ortho of GMC has been denotified. In this, now non-covid ortho patients are being admitted. This will give relief to the patients after the post operation. Similarly, Ward 11 of the hospital has also been denotified. With this, Ward 7, 3, 15, 4, 5, 12, 14 will also be denotified in a phased manner. In the hospital there was an epidemic situation regarding the supply of oxygen during Kovid, in view of which, in future, oxygen supply lines will be provided to all beds in Ward 1, Ward 6, Disaster Ward and Recovery Ward for both Kovid and non-Covid patients. has been In view of the possibility of a third wave of Kovid in the coming months, infrastructure facilities are being expanded along with increasing the capacity of beds. Oxygen generation plants are also being expanded in other hospitals of the city. At present sufficient stock of oxygen is available for the patients.
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The process of denotifying the Kovid wards in the hospital has been started. This will provide convenience to non-Covid patients and their recruitment will increase. Oxygen supply lines are also being expanded in various wards and other units.
– Dr. Shashi Sudan, Principal GMC

Jammu. Recruitment of non-covid patients has started in the ortho ward of GMC. This ward one has been denotified instead of Kovid. With the control of Kovid infection, preparations are being made to provide relief to non-covid patients. For this, the process of denotifying the Kovid wards in the associated hospitals has been started. After denotifying many wards, the concerned departments have also started admitting general patients. Apart from this, keeping in mind the future preparedness, supply of oxygen pipeline is being provided in many wards and units in GMC on a permanent basis.

Various wards of GMC have been converted into Kovid, in which hundreds of patients have been admitted, but gradually the process of denotifying these wards has been started as the number of patients decreases. Ward 1 ortho of GMC has been denotified. In this, now non-covid ortho patients are being admitted. This will give relief to the patients after the post operation. Similarly, Ward 11 of the hospital has also been denotified. With this, Ward 7, 3, 15, 4, 5, 12, 14 will also be denotified in a phased manner. In the hospital there was an epidemic situation regarding the supply of oxygen during Kovid, in view of which, in future, oxygen supply lines should be provided to all beds in Ward 1, Ward 6, Disaster Ward and Recovery Ward for both Kovid and non-Covid patients. has been In view of the possibility of a third wave of Kovid in the coming months, infrastructure facilities are being expanded along with increasing the capacity of beds. Oxygen generation plants are also being expanded in other hospitals of the city. At present sufficient stock of oxygen is available for the patients.

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The process of denotifying the Kovid wards in the hospital has been started. This will provide convenience to non-Covid patients and their recruitment will increase. Oxygen supply lines are also being expanded in various wards and other units.

– Dr. Shashi Sudan, Principal GMC

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