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Rohtak. Heat and corona infections remain the biggest problem for doctors and other staff taking samples these days

Rohtak. Heat and corona infections remain the biggest problem for doctors and other staff taking samples these days
Rohtak. Heat and corona infections remain the biggest problem for doctors and other staff taking samples these days. Wearing an AC four to six hours of PPE kit and sampling at a temperature of 40 degrees is nothing short of a problem. Doctors, nurses, and staff wearing kits often fall prey to dehydration due to heat. The health department has solved this problem by getting one of its ambulances ready to take special samples.
Amar Ujala raised the issue of doctors and staff taking Corona samples regardless of the heat in the open. In this, samples were collected first, then samples were taken. He refrained from wearing the kit again and again. After this, the Health Department has got one of its ambulances prepared as a trial. This ambulance will be taken to the health department at the designated location and will be sampling the identified people. The advantage of this would be that there would be no need to bring patients from one place to the hospital in multiple ambulances. Apart from this, it will be easier for the sampler to take samples by staying in an ambulance. Because a PPE kit can also be sampled inside the ambulance. This will help staff avoid both heat and infection. In the ambulance, the gloves are cut outwards, by cutting the glass. By this, the swab of the patient’s throat and nose can be easily taken and the sampling will be safe. The civil surgeon said that an ambulance has been prepared. You can send this ambulance anywhere and do sampling. If this results in better results, then this arrangement will be considered in more ambulances.
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