Udaipur Government Hospital sets up a special ward for coronavirus patients

A 14-bed special ward for coronavirus patients has been set up at Maharana Bhupal Government Hospital under RNT Medical College to deal with any emergency situation. Although no confirmed case has been reported yet The ward was opened based on instructions from the state medical and health department.

A control room has been established in the ward where people can collect all information related to the disease. The special ward in the hospital is prepared with all the necessary equipment including masks, oxygen meters, ventilators, suction apparatus etc.

According to the sources, the Principal of RNT Medical College, Dr Lakhan Poswal informed that the hospital is ready to deal with any emergency situation. The special ward in the hospital has other chambers attached to it for the convenience of the patients.

Besides, the tourism department has also raised alert among the hotels and homestays to keep an eye on tourists travelling from abroad or any coronavirus suspect.

Looking at the inflow of tourist coming from abroad especially from China, the department has been asked to report any suspicious case to the hospital control room so that timely action can be taken.

According to the tourism department, over 15 thousand tourists from China have visited Udaipur in the past three years.

Resident Doctors or Resident Devils?

Resident Doctors and Police - Credits: UdaipurNews.in
Resident Doctors and Police – Credits: UdaipurNews.in

A Doctor is regarded and worshiped as GOD by a common man, they are trusted by the people who hand over the lives of their near and dear ones on them and a doctor always tries his/her best to save the life of the patient in the operation theatre.

But, does this fact ALWAYS holds correct….???

Well this  fact has been proved as a myth by the resident doctors of M.B. Hospital when they behaved brutally with  a help seeking son who came to them so that his mother could be saved. According to the sources, a 45-year old woman, Indira Kanwar who resides in Banswara was admitted in M.B. Hospital from past few days. There was no complain by her for the first few days but on 8th July 9.30 p.m. she suddenly started feeling uneasy and reverted about this to her son Jitendra Singh Chauhan who is a guest faculty at CTAE. But when the son ran to seek help from the resident doctor on duty that time, to his sudden shock he was ignored for the first time,  he didn’t lose hope and tried the second time but this time also his efforts were in vain. When helpless, Jitendra tried raising his voice against this injustice, the doctors instead of attending the lady started quarreling with him and other doctors also came over and collectively started beating Jitendra. The son who came there to make his mother well again was brutally beaten and in the fight fractured his arm, fingers and also bruised his ear. The doctors also misbehaved with the guard who came to rescue and stop the fight. This also was not enough that the doctors started beating other relatives too including the ladies. In addition, On the top of it the media also became their target that night.

President of Lakecity Press Club, Mr. Akhtar Hussain and others lodged an FIR against the doctors at Hathipole Police Station.

However, the Police and media controlled the situation but it raises several question marks on our medical council which needs to be answered…..

The biggest question is does their conscience  allow them to perform such activities..??

Happenings like these create a huge setback in the minds of the patients and their relatives which creates a negative image for every doctor. We as the members of UdaipurBlog.com Team urge and request all the doctors to maintain their dignity and be calm and composed as they are kept in the place of God and they should respect that.

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