Confirmed patients in India have to infuse their own fluids when they are hospitalized, and there is no match for one doctor per thousand people

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 Confirmed patients in India have to infuse their own fluids when they are hospitalized, and there is no match for one doctor per thousand people


Overseas network, novel coronavirus pneumonia, Shawakat Ali, 52, aged 24, was admitted to the hospital of NMCH at the hospital of India in the last month, 24, after being infected with a new crown pneumonia. On August, 10, according to the report of the the times of Stan, on the day of the report, no one of the medical staff was accompanied. It is reported that nearly 80000 people have been infected in Bihar state of India due to the long-term shortage of funds in the health care system and the influx of thousands of migrant workers. Inadequate prevention and treatment measures led to the rapid spread of new coronavirus in Bihar state.

There is no doctor to see my uncle. The nurse came only once to let me learn how to take a drip, and she said she would not come back because she was afraid to get the virus, recalls Amir Hashimi, a 26 year old businessman. Although there are ventilators, there is no functional team to run and manage them. As a result, the ventilators there are not being fully utilized. Doctors dont go to see patients, they just get the latest medical information through their mobile phones.

The novel coronavirus pneumonia, more than 70, is retired professor and surgeon director of the JLNMCH hospital in baghel, Jaha, August 5th. Dr. Sanjay Kumar Singh, former vice president of the Indian Medical Association in Bihar, believes that JHA died of medical negligence. Dr. JHA is in the intensive care unit and no one is treating him. Novel coronavirus pneumonia is not the most common medical practice for most of the patients over the age of 60, and the assistant medical staff are equally reluctant.

Bihar is a state in Northeast India. According to the Hindustan Times, nearly 80000 people are infected in Bihar state, and the health care system is short of funds for a long time. Thousands of people have poured into Bihar state for more than two months, making the epidemic worse. According to the National Health Survey of India in 2019, Bihar, the state with the largest rural population in India, has only 0.11 beds and 0.39 doctors per 1000 people. In contrast, the worst hit state of Maharashtra is 0.46 and 1.54, respectively.

(function(){( window.slotbydup=window .slotbydup||[]).push({id:u5811557,container:ssp_ 5811557, async:true }In Bihar, 7917 tests were conducted per million people, the lowest level in the country, while the national average was 18086, according to the Indian media data. In addition, Bihars doubling rate is also the third worst, which is the number of days that the country has been infected within a limited period of time. Bihars doubling rate was 14.7 days, second only to Andhra Pradesh and Jharkhand with 13.2 days. In contrast, India doubled the number of days to 23.6. On August 1, Bihar launched a mobile app called Sanjivan, which registers for home isolation, checking bed availability and requesting an ambulance, as well as a dedicated hotline number for remote counseling. The novel coronavirus pneumonia hospital in Bihar has also set up a control room led by India probationary administrative staff and India police officers, and specialized personnel to find medicines for patients. Agai Kumar, former national president of the Indian Medical Association and former Council member of the World Medical Association, said the government had taken positive measures, but some people still did not comply with the norms of social distance, did not wear masks and did not form the habit of washing hands. Source: overseas network editor in charge: Hou Shuai_ NN5533

According to the Indian media data, there were 7917 tests per million people in Bihar, the lowest level in the country, compared with the national average of 18086. In addition, Bihars doubling rate is also the third worst, which is the number of days that the country has been infected within a limited period of time. Bihars doubling rate was 14.7 days, second only to Andhra Pradesh and Jharkhand with 13.2 days. In contrast, India doubled the number of days to 23.6.

On August 1, Bihar launched a mobile app called Sanjivan, which registers for home isolation, checking bed availability and requesting an ambulance, as well as a dedicated hotline number for remote counseling. The novel coronavirus pneumonia hospital in Bihar has also set up a control room led by India probationary administrative staff and India police officers, and specialized personnel to find medicines for patients. Agai Kumar, former national president of the Indian Medical Association and former Council member of the World Medical Association, said the government had taken positive measures, but some people still did not comply with the norms of social distance, did not wear masks and did not form the habit of washing hands.