Hospitals to remain on high alert in Holi time
Lucknow: An alert has been issued in all government hospitals for immediate treatment of the injured on Holi. On the instructions of Deputy Chief Minister Brajesh Pathak, beds have been reserved in all government hospitals including Civil, Balrampur, Lohia, Lokbandhu and KGMU Trauma Center.
Apart from this, people should not face any problem even in rural areas.
For this, along with reserving beds in all CHC-PHCs, doctors have also been asked to remain alert. At the same time, 15 ambulances of ambulance service 102 and 108 have also been alerted to provide immediate help for the accident on Holi.
These ambulances will be stationed at prominent places. Will reach to help the patients as soon as the call comes. Along with this, specialist doctors have also been instructed to be alert in case of discolouration of the eyes or discolouration of the skin.
KGMU’s trauma center in-charge Dr. Sandeep Tiwari said that 20 beds have been reserved in trauma for the injured. Apart from this, experts of many departments including trauma surgery and orthos will be on call. At the same time, Dr. AP Jain, spokesperson of the Lohia Institute, said that beds have been reserved for him as well. The team has been formed under the leadership of experts.