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Beds don’t treat patients: Doctors do | ToI
The lost voice of the Indian university | TH
For equal treatment | TH
State of deluge | IndExp
NEWS
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Beds don’t treat patients: Doctors do | ToI
The lost voice of the Indian university | TH
For equal treatment | TH
State of deluge | IndExp
NEWS
Beds don’t treat patients: Doctors do | ToI
?Leading epidemiologists predict that by 2021, India
will have millions of Covid-19 infected patients.
?Let us prepare for the worst and pray for the best.
?Focus: reducing mortality, especially in rural India.
?The first round of the Covid battle was won by
doctors and nurses working mainly in government and
some private hospitals.
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Beds don’t treat patients: Doctors do | ToI
The lost voice of the Indian university | TH
For equal treatment | TH
State of deluge | IndExp
NEWS
Beds don’t treat patients: Doctors do | ToI
?Leading epidemiologists predict that by 2021, India
will have millions of Covid-19 infected patients.
?Let us prepare for the worst and pray for the best.
?Focus: reducing mortality, especially in rural India.
?The first round of the Covid battle was won by
doctors and nurses working mainly in government and
some private hospitals.
?At both private and government hospitals, we are
not short of beds.
?Our doctors and nurses are tired and burnt out.
?Who can take care of sick Covid patients?
?The ideal doctor to do so in the ICU is an MBBS
doctor who has worked in a critical care unit for
at least two years.
?They should be less than 50 years old and fit.
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Beds don’t treat patients: Doctors do | ToI
The lost voice of the Indian university | TH
For equal treatment | TH
State of deluge | IndExp
NEWS
Beds don’t treat patients: Doctors do | ToI
?Leading epidemiologists predict that by 2021, India
will have millions of Covid-19 infected patients.
?Let us prepare for the worst and pray for the best.
?Focus: reducing mortality, especially in rural India.
?The first round of the Covid battle was won by
doctors and nurses working mainly in government and
some private hospitals.
?At both private and government hospitals, we are
not short of beds.
?Our doctors and nurses are tired and burnt out.
?Who can take care of sick Covid patients?
?The ideal doctor to do so in the ICU is an MBBS
doctor who has worked in a critical care unit for
at least two years.
?They should be less than 50 years old and fit.
?They should have the skill to insert monitoring
lines into blood vessels and maintain vitals.
?Some of them should be experienced enough to
paralyse a patient, insert a tube into the lungs to
ventilate.
?These are extremely skilled jobs.
?A minor mistake can endanger the p atien t’ s life or
their own lives.
? It’ s not true that every doctor can look at the
cardiac monitor in the ICU, diagnose and treat.
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Beds don’t treat patients: Doctors do | ToI
The lost voice of the Indian university | TH
For equal treatment | TH
State of deluge | IndExp
NEWS
Beds don’t treat patients: Doctors do | ToI
?Leading epidemiologists predict that by 2021, India
will have millions of Covid-19 infected patients.
?Let us prepare for the worst and pray for the best.
?Focus: reducing mortality, especially in rural India.
?The first round of the Covid battle was won by
doctors and nurses working mainly in government and
some private hospitals.
?At both private and government hospitals, we are
not short of beds.
?Our doctors and nurses are tired and burnt out.
?Who can take care of sick Covid patients?
?The ideal doctor to do so in the ICU is an MBBS
doctor who has worked in a critical care unit for
at least two years.
?They should be less than 50 years old and fit.
?They should have the skill to insert monitoring
lines into blood vessels and maintain vitals.
?Some of them should be experienced enough to
paralyse a patient, insert a tube into the lungs to
ventilate.
?These are extremely skilled jobs.
?A minor mistake can endanger the p atien t’ s life or
their own lives.
? It’ s not true that every doctor can look at the
cardiac monitor in the ICU, diagnose and treat.
?To manage 1,000 private and government
hospitals with over 200 beds for a year we need
at least 50,000-75,000 young MBBS doctors who,
after internship have gained experience in medical
ICU or surgical ICU or coronary care unit, accident
and emergency rooms.
?A 200-bed Covid hospital will need at least 50-75
specialist doctors, 500 nurses to cover 6-hour
shifts, weekly off and sickness leave since a few
of them will get infected.
?How to get 50,000 young trained specialist
doctors for Covid ICUs?
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