Two oxygen tankers carrying 29 tonne each have arrived in Lucknow it will be sent to King George's Medical University and PGI Lucknow, informed Additional Chief Secretary of Home department Awanish K Awasthi on April 29. "2 oxygen tankers carrying 29 tonne each have arrived in Lucknow. One tanker each will be sent to KGMU and PGI. Another tanker arrived this morning. We are getting 84-85 oxygen tankers so that there is no shortage of oxygen. We are also getting oxygen by train," said ACS Home.
Twitter, among others, has been booked by Ghaziabad police over tweets related to the assault of an elderly man in the Uttar Pradesh district. How was the micro blogging platform, that acts as an intermediary, named in an FIR? We explain.
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Uttar Pradesh CM Yogi Adityanath on Friday morning reached the residence of Prime Minister Narendra Modi in New Delhi for a crucial meeting amid speculation of a state Cabinet reshuffle ahead of the crucial UP Assembly election. Yogi Adityanath's visit to New Delhi to meet the BJP top brass comes close on the heels of the party holding a series of review meetings in Lucknow.
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Medanta Hospital authorities have suspended the attendant card of Honeypreet Insan who is the adopted daughter of Dera Sacha Sauda chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh. The hospital in Gurugram took the step after Haryana Police objected to her being his attendant.
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A temporary facility of NGO Hemkunt Foundation, set up in Haryana's Gurgaon to help Covid patients in need of oxygen, was on Thursday attacked and torn down by unknown persons. The foundation said that now, in order to continue helping people, it needs access to 20,000 square metres of space at or anywhere near the city centre.
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AIIMS director Randeep Guleria said there are many patients who will experience several symptoms even after recovering from the coronavirus disease even several weeks post recovery and they need to be treated for them; The Odisha government rushed a large contingent of rescue and relief teams to Balasore district bordering West Bengal on Monday where the very severe cyclonic storm Yaas is likely to make landfall; The aviation regulator has asked for a report after a mid air wedding was conducted on board a spice jet flight. All this and more news at 9 PM.
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Top doctors addressed the nation on Covid-19 second surge. Doctors advised citizens to not panic. “No need to panic and hoard oxygen or Remdesivir,” said Dr. Randeep Guleria of AIIMS Delhi. “Only 10-15% of people may witness severe infection. Treat yourself with home remedies and yoga initially,” he added. Chairman of Medanta, Dr. Naresh Trehan, Professor and HoD of Medicine AIIMS, Dr. Naveet Wig and Director General of Health Services, Dr. Sunil Kumar were also part of the discussion. The doctors touched various issues ranging from vaccination to oxygen usage. Watch the full video for more details.
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Medanta's Dr Naresh Trehan said that 90% of patients can be recovered at home if given proper medicines on time. He also urged people, who test positive, to get in touch with local doctors as all doctors know COVID protocol. "As soon as your RT-PCR report comes positive, my advice would be to consult your local doctor with whom you're in touch. All doctors know protocol and will begin your treatment accordingly," said Dr. Naresh Tehran.
Medanta Chairman Dr Naresh Trehan spoke on hospitalization of Covid patients. He said,”patient's lungs' condition, blood test reports, comorbidities, and age create a scenario under which we can say if it is right for them to be hospitalised...I did like to tell doctors to keep in mind that who has to be recommended to hospital." "Anyone who gets an RT-PCR positive report should not immediately start thinking that they have to be hospitalised. The Medanta chairman said that there is no need to panic. "The understanding of patients, wastage of oxygen and judicious use of oxygen by the hospitals can bridge the supply of oxygen. We have to use the resources carefully," he said. Watch the full video for more details.
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Chairman of Gurugram situated Medanta Hospital Dr Naresh Trehan suggested doctors to admit only patients who have lungs condition, blood test reports, comorbidities and age. He said, "Patient's lungs' condition, blood test reports, comorbidities and age create a scenario under which we can say if it is right for them to be hospitalised...I'd like to tell doctors to keep in mind that who has to be recommended to hospital".
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