What things will have to be paid Attention to deal with Corona Third Wave?

When the corona epidemic started, it was a unique experience for everyone. In the first wave of corona disease, there was a shortage of masks, sanitizers etc.
What things will have to be paid Attention to deal with Corona Third Wave?
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When the corona epidemic started, it was a unique experience for everyone. In the first wave of corona disease, there was a shortage of masks, sanitizers etc.

New Delhi: The second wave of Corona epidemic is not over in the whole country yet, but the market for discussions of the third wave is hot. It is not possible to predict when the third wave will come. But what kind of preparation should be done, it can definitely be considered. According to doctors, man power can play a big role in dealing with this wave. When the corona epidemic started, it was a unique experience for everyone. In the first wave of corona disease, there was a shortage of masks, sanitizers etc. In the second wave, there was a huge shortage of oxygen cylinders, beds in hospitals, due to which many people lost their lives.

But the question arises that what should be done in the third wave so that people's lives can be saved? Or the way the situation became serious in the second wave, that kind of situation should not arise again. Dr Amit Goyal, Professor and Head of AIIMS Jodhpur, told the sources that children are being said to be affected in the third wave, but children do not have such a serious disease. Even in the second wave, the children did not have serious illness.

Should manpower be increased in hospitals? In response to this question, Amit Goyal says, it is very important that manpower should be increased in hospitals. We know the conditions under which health workers are working. The way the disease has reached the village, the health workers who are already there by giving adequate tests should be told. When to refer to hospitals, how to treat the patient.

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Source: Google/ Image Credit: Abp news

In view of the cases of black fungus, at present, it seems that apart from the common citizens, health workers will also have to be taught that treatment should be done by observing the protocol of treatment. Deaths in the third wave can be reduced by making better preparations to deal with the corona. According to the report of SBI, the possible third wave of corona in the country will be very dangerous like the second wave. It has been estimated in this report that the third wave can last for 98 days.

Dr. Ritu Saxena, head of the emergency department at Delhi's LNJP Hospital, told IANS, the government should immediately increase the ICU beds in small and big hospitals. Preparations should not be done only in big hospitals, but small hospitals will have to prepare for their level. At the same time, preparations will have to be made for Covid treatment in these hospitals.

If the third wave comes, we can get doctors from other hospitals to work here. Health workers will have to be given training for this kind of Covid treatment. Training to operate ICU beds will have to be given. He said, the way fire safety training is done, on the same lines, doctors, nurse security personnel in the hospital, all these people should be trained for Covid. This will make it easier to deal with the wave. everyone should use

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Source: Google/ Image Credit: India.com

It is very important to have a trained man power. Dentist doctors should also be trained, as well as MBBS students should also be trained so that they can be put on duty if needed. The third wave across the country cannot be ignored. This is the reason that the state governments are preparing at their own level.

According to the Delhi government, the government has already intensified the preparations. The government has formed a team of 13 people who will prepare an action plan and whatever health needs are there, which will be worked on like beds, oxygen drugs etc. Apart from this, the Delhi government has formed a committee of 8 members which will work separately on the third wave.

Dr Ankit Om, Medical Director of Delhi's Ardent Ganpati Hospital told IANS, "First of all, there will be shortage of doctors and manpower, whatever work the doctors do, they will have to be protected from negative impact. During the second wave the staff, nurse man power was broken. 30 per cent of the people cannot cure 70 per cent of the people.

We have to work beyond our capacity in the third wave. We will need equipment for the treatment of children. Children's equipment is not so available. At the same time, there will be a shortage of technicians running ventilators. Because children's settings are different.

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Manpower, equipment will be required and oxygen will play an important role. At the same time, home isolation of children cannot be done in any way. Because children will not be able to tell what is happening to them. Symptoms come in children and hospitals do not have arrangements for the treatment of children. Which is very important to do.

It would be wrong to say that the third wave of Corona will come. Whenever the lockdown is opened, the patients will increase. At the same time, lockdowns will be opened to save the economy. Many doctors and experts believe that the third wave can prove to be very dangerous for children. But for the time being, preparations should be made for the third wave of corona epidemic as soon as possible because there is no confirmation as to how this virus can cause harm in future.

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