DRDO developed 500-bed COVID hospital in Srinagar, becomes operational
DRDO developed 500-bed COVID hospital in Srinagar, becomes operational – A 500-bed COVID Hospital at Khonmoh, Srinagar has gotten operational. The hospital has been set up by Defense Research and Development Organization (DRDO) in a limited capacity to centre 17 days and is supported by PM CARES Fund. This Covid office incorporates 125 ICU beds with ventilators, of which 25 are only saved for kids. Nonstop oxygen supply is accessible for each of the 500 beds from 62 KL Liquid Medical Oxygen stockpiling tanks. Clinic the board and specialists and para-medical staff to run the office are given by the organization of the Union Territory of Jammu &Kashmir.
The emergency hospital is centralized cooled with cooling arrangements for summers and warming ability during winters to keep an agreeable climate. There is a different arrangement for specialists and para-clinical staff. Appropriate fire exits if there should be an occurrence of crisis, arrangement of steel structure shed having inside cooler for funeral home and parking area for vehicles have additionally been given at the centre.
A control room with Wi-Fi, CCTVs, and helpline numbers has been set up for appropriate observing and medical hospital the executives through current framework programming. Because of chilly climate, exceptional courses of action have been made to oblige 150 faculty including specialists, para-medical staff, drug store staff, security work force, and cleaning staff.
The emergency hospital will give medical fecility to Covid-19 patients of UT of Jammu &Kashmir in this times of the pandemic.
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