Mixing covid patients and non-covid patients are not practicable, leads to more spread of infection says private hospitals and doctors to Delhi government

Private hospitals and doctors warned Delhi government’s choice on blending covid 19 patients with different patients with various illnesses and this would likewise prompt another spread of the contamination.

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The Delhi government had on Sunday coordinated 117 emergency clinics – with 50 beds or more – to hold 20% space for coronavirus patients, to manage the flood in cases. This would have included around 2,000 beds for Covid-19 patients in private part medical clinics, aside from the 677 existing beds in 10 assigned emergency clinics.

Kejriwal on Monday had stated, “Government and private emergency clinics in Delhi have 4,500 beds for Covid-19 patients and out of these, solitary 2,000 are involved.” He included that around 2,000 new beds have just been included 117 private medical clinics for Covid-19 patients.

Health Minister Satyendar Jain on Sunday had said the Delhi government has coordinated private medical clinics and nursing homes with a limit of 50 beds or more to hold 20 per cent of their complete bed quality for coronavirus patients.

The doctors responded to this maxim this is not practicable in small hospitals they need more space to oblige tainted patients with different patients.

Dr Girish Tyagi, president of Delhi Medical Association educated that, “the greater clinics that have a few squares can figure out how to devote these beds. Be that as it may, the test will be for smaller ones as they probably will not have enough space or separate section and exits to guarantee Covid-19 and non-Covid patients are isolated appropriately. This may prompt a spread of the disease inside the emergency clinics.” Dr Girish Tyagi, leader of Delhi Medical Association.

In addition, Doctors likewise gave instances of different nations, when they did the treatment of both covid19 patients and non-covid patients in similar emergency clinics and that prompts a broad of the contamination.

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Dr PK Bharadwaj secretary, Delhi Voluntary Hospitals forum, an association of large private hospitals explained, “We ought to gain from the encounters of different nations. In nations, for example, Italy and Spain, treating Covid-19 patients close by non-Covid patients ed to a few medical clinics turning out to be transmission problem areas.”

Prior, the Delhi government had chosen to assign just free clinics or those with discrete squares for the treatment of Covid-19 patients, for example, one square in Max Smart Super Specialty medical clinic or the two autonomous emergency clinics under Sir Gangaram – Kolmet and City.

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