The action plan consists of roping in last yr medical and nursing college students.
The authorities determined to use the scholars within the last yr of Nursing, Pharmacy, Physiotherapy, Ayush medical doctors, dentists and hospital administration for Covid-19 responsibility.
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The resolution was taken at a gathering chaired by Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa with the top of high non-public medical hospitals.
Later, the Chief Minister posted a sequence of tweets on his Twitter deal with.
“Held detailed discussion with management of private hospitals to expand availability of beds and optimise the existing resources. Oxygen beds will be set up at stepdown hospitals using portable oxygen concentrators and centralised oxygen beds will be converted into ICU beds,” Yediyurappa tweeted.
His workplace issued an announcement detailing the measures taken by the federal government.
“To overcome the shortage of ‘medical human resource’, the government has decided to rope in final year medical and nursing students for the Covid duty and give them grace marks. Their final year exam will be postponed and they will be given incentives,” an announcement learn.
Further, it was determined to enrol medical doctors with the Karnataka Medical Council who’ve accomplished their programs in international nations, and put them on Covid responsibility.
The authorities medical doctors with much less workload can be recognized and assigned for Covid responsibility, the assertion learn.
It has additionally been determined to convert lodges as step-down hospitals with oxygenated beds and convert the prevailing oxygenated beds into ICU beds.
Converting medical faculty hostels into oxygenated beds and giving monetary assist to the non-public medical schools to set up oxygen era crops have been half of the action plan.
Patients can be triaged to minimise the quantity of sufferers within the hospitals and those that are asymptomatic can be requested to isolate at residence the place they’d be given telemedicine.
As Prime Minister Narendra Modi had suggested to the Chief Ministers in his current video convention, there can be an audit of oxygen and Remdesivir injection to forestall their misuse.
The authorities additionally determined to gear up for the third wave of Covid-19 by forming a panel of specialists and pace up the vaccination drive.
“An expert group will be constituted to advise the government on prevention and mitigation of possible third and future waves of infection. The pandemic is an unprecedented challenge to humanity and we have to defeat it together with confidence, compassion and collaboration,” Yediyurappa tweeted.
These measures have been taken because the State has began logging round 40,000 to 48,000 instances each day with Bengaluru seeing over 50 per cent of the each day caseloads and fatalities.
Already, the federal government has appointed a senior IPS officer to organize 4,000 ICU beds within the metropolis with 500 beds in every of the eight municipal zones.