84 drugs distributed to patients at the district hospital

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Gauriganj (Amethi). As soon as the Minister of State arrived at the district hospital, the consumption of medicines in the hospital increased. Typically, where only 30 types of medications were given to patients each day, 84 types of medications were distributed to patients on Friday. 6,000 paracetamol tablets were distributed to 620 patients who arrived at the hospital. In fact, the Minister of State for Health had arrived at the district hospital on Friday to launch the communicable disease control campaign. In this situation, doctors, cautiously, refrained from prescribing drugs from outside to patients.
In order to provide better health facilities to the population, the state government has made free arrangements for the examination of various types of diseases and the distribution of medicines in government hospitals. However, due to the lack of medical commission, the pockets of patients and caregivers are constantly loose. By not writing down the medications and tests present at the hospital, attendees are asked to get tested and buy medications from outside. When there is a VVIP program, to hide the secret of the commission that day, doctors prescribe tests and medications present in the government hospital rather than outside.
Doctors did the same on Friday. The Minister of State for Medical Education, Medical and Health Welfare, Maternal and Child Welfare, Mayankeshwar Sharan Singh, had arrived at the Joint District Hospital to launch the communicable disease control campaign. Doctors were alerted to information from the Health Minister arriving at the hospital. Instead of prescribing medications outside the patients throughout the day, the medications were handed out at the hospital, then the secret of the doctors ’committee was exposed. 84 types of drugs were distributed to 620 patients. By commission, 84 types of drugs have been distributed among patients on June 26, 27, 28 and 25, from June 30 to July 15 and 1 (Health Minister’s day program).
There are 157 types of medications in the district hospital
There are 238 types of medications available in the drug store. Of which 157 types of medications were present Friday at the Joint District Hospital. But instead of giving medication to patients from within, instead of giving medication from within, doctors prescribe medication from outside.
Number of patients arriving at the hospital and consumption of major medications
Date – Patient – Paracetamol – Becasul – Calcium
June 27 – 1039 – 4000 – 2000 – 1000
June 28 – 779 – 3000 – 4000 – 1000
June 29 – 669 – 3000 – 2000 – 2000
June 30 – 130 – 3000 – 450 – 500
July 1 -620 – 6000 – 1900 – 3000
Medications are distributed according to the disease
Dr. Badri Prasad Agrawal of the CMS reported that there is no shortage of medicines at the district hospital. In the OPD, doctors prescribe prescription drugs according to patients ’illness. These medications are being given to patients from the distribution counter. Currently, due to the high number of fever victims, the drug paracetamol is being administered. Patients have been instructed to give medication from the hospital itself. However, if a doctor is prescribing medication to the patient from the outside, action will be taken after an investigation has been done.

Gauriganj (Amethi). As soon as the Minister of State arrived at the district hospital, the consumption of medicines in the hospital increased. Typically, where only 30 types of medications were given to patients each day, 84 types of medications were distributed to patients on Friday. 6,000 paracetamol tablets were distributed to 620 patients who arrived at the hospital. In fact, the Minister of State for Health had arrived at the district hospital on Friday to launch the communicable disease control campaign. In this situation, doctors, cautiously, refrained from prescribing drugs from outside to patients.

In order to provide better health facilities to the population, the state government has made free arrangements for the examination of various types of diseases and the distribution of medicines in government hospitals. However, due to the lack of medical commission, the pockets of patients and caregivers are constantly loose. By not writing down the medications and tests present at the hospital, attendees are asked to get tested and buy medications from outside. When there is a VVIP program, to hide the secret of the commission that day, doctors prescribe tests and medications present in the government hospital rather than outside.

Doctors did the same on Friday. The Minister of State for Medical Education, Medical and Health Welfare, Maternal and Child Welfare, Mayankeshwar Sharan Singh, had arrived at the Joint District Hospital to launch the communicable disease control campaign. Doctors were alerted to information from the Health Minister arriving at the hospital. Instead of prescribing medications outside the patients throughout the day, the medications were handed out at the hospital, then the secret of the doctors ’committee was exposed. 84 types of drugs were distributed to 620 patients. By commission, 84 types of drugs have been distributed among patients on June 26, 27, 28 and 25, from June 30 to July 15 and 1 (Health Minister’s day program).

There are 157 types of medications in the district hospital

There are 238 types of medications available in the drug store. Of which 157 types of medications were present Friday at the Joint District Hospital. But instead of giving medication to patients from within, instead of giving medication from within, doctors prescribe medication from outside.

Number of patients arriving at the hospital and consumption of major medications

Date – Patient – Paracetamol – Becasul – Calcium

June 27 – 1039 – 4000 – 2000 – 1000

June 28 – 779 – 3000 – 4000 – 1000

June 29 – 669 – 3000 – 2000 – 2000

June 30 – 130 – 3000 – 450 – 500

July 1 -620 – 6000 – 1900 – 3000

Medications are distributed according to the disease

Dr. Badri Prasad Agrawal of the CMS reported that there is no shortage of medicines at the district hospital. In the OPD, doctors prescribe prescription drugs according to patients ’illness. These medications are being given to patients from the distribution counter. Currently, due to the high number of fever victims, the drug paracetamol is being administered. Patients have been instructed to give medication from the hospital itself. However, if a doctor is prescribing medication to the patient from the outside, action will be taken after an investigation has been done.

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