Pediatric beds (PICUs) being made for children in big cities of UP – The
Bombay High Court liked this initiative of the UP government for the treatment of children
– WHO and NITI Aayog have also praised the UP model of CM
Lucknow, May 15: The Bombay High Court has also become convinced of the model adopted by the state government to protect people and children from corona infection in Uttar Pradesh and to curb the corona epidemic. The World Health Organization (WHO) and the country’s NITI Aayog have praised the Uttar Pradesh government’s ‘UP model’ for Kovid management. The Commission has described this model of UP as a Nazir for other states. The Bombay High Court, while referring to the arrangements made to protect children from Corona under the UP model, has asked the government there why the Maharashtra government does not consider doing so here. The UP government has decided to make 50 to 100 beds of pediatric beds (PICUs) in every major city of the state to protect children from corona infection. Doctors are calling this decision of the UP government a boon for children.
Significantly, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has always been very serious about protecting children from disease. The entire Purvanchal is aware of the campaign he took to eradicate this disease to save children from life-threatening diseases like encephalitis. In the same sequence, when the Chief Minister was preparing a strategy of Triple T i.e. Trace, Test and Treat to save people from Corona infection,Only then did he instruct the medical experts to prepare a separate plan to save the children from corona infection. Accordingly, medical experts told them that a pediatric bed with all the resources should be arranged in the hospital on the lines of ICU in every district to protect and treat children from corona infection. On the advice of medical experts, the Chief Minister has given instructions to make 50 to 100 beds of Pediatric Beds (PICUs) in all major cities of the state. These beds will be specially for children above one month of age. They will be small in size and have railing on the sides. Severely infected children will be provided with treatment and oxygen.
All districts have been asked to remain on alert mode so that there should not be any shortage in the treatment of children in the state. Under this, the Chief Minister has also been ordered to increase the manpower for these children’s hospitals. The Chief Minister has said that if necessary, the services of ex-servicemen, retirees should be taken. Students receiving medical education can train and take phone services from them. Pediatrician Dr. Salman Khan of Dufferin Hospital in Lucknow has said that the decision of the Uttar Pradesh government to immediately make 50 to 100 pediatric beds in all major cities is effective in the treatment of children. He said that PICU (Pediatric Intensive Care Unit) for children above one month old,NICU (Neonatal Intensive Care Unit) for treatment of children below one month and SNCU (A Sick New Barn Care Unit) beds for children born in Women’s Hospital. Which has all the facilities to provide immediate treatment to children.
The news of this model of UP regarding the treatment of children appeared in newspapers. Whose notice was taken by the bench of Bombay High Court Chief Justice Dipankar Dutta and Justice Girish Kulkarni. And in the past, the bench of these judges said that a hospital is reserved for children only because of the possibility of children being threatened in the third wave of corona in UP. Why doesn’t the Maharashtra government consider doing so here. In Maharashtra, ten thousand children of the age of ten years have become victims of corona. During this hearing, the bench asked this question to the Maharashtra government. It is obvious that every good work is appreciated and the system which is being done by the UP government to protect and treat children from the corona,He was considered and referred to by the Bombay High Court. Similarly, the World Health Organization (WHO) and the NITI Aayog have also praised the Uttar Pradesh government’s ‘UP model’ for covid management. Both of these institutions openly praised the triple T (Trace, Test and Treat) drive and the oxygen transport tracking system of UP for detecting Corona patients and isolating them to prevent home spread of infection. NITI Aayog has described this model of UP as a Nazir for other states as well. This is the first time WHO and NITI Aayog have praised the UP model developed under the supervision of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath for Kovid management. And after that, now the Bombay High Court has convinced the UP model to treat children.Test and Treat), and applauded the Oxygen Transport Tracking System of UP. NITI Aayog has described this model of UP as a Nazir for other states as well. This is the first time WHO and NITI Aayog have praised the UP model developed under the supervision of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath for Kovid management. And after that, now the Bombay High Court has convinced the UP model to treat children.
Vaccination details in UP:
– So far 1,47,94, 597 people have been vaccinated.
– First dose to 1,16,12,525 people.
– 31,82,072 people have taken both doses.
3,65,835 people aged 18 to 44 have been vaccinated so far.
Availability of beds in Kovid Hospitals:
– 64401 isolation beds in Kovid Hospitals.
– 15323 beds equipped with ventilator facility.
– Total 79324 beds in L-One, L2 and L3 hospitals for Corona patients.