ICU and Ventilator service inaugurated

Makawanpur / April 30: Intensive Care Unit and ventilator service has been inaugurated at Hetauda Hospital.

Chief Minister of Bagmati Province, Dormani Poudel, today inaugurated the ICU and ventilator service established by Madan Bhandari Academy of Health Sciences for the treatment of Covid-19 infected people.

Meanwhile, Chief Minister Poudel carried out onsite visit of quarantine unit set up at Hetauda sub-metropolitan city-6 for coronavirus infected people. There are 120 beds in the unit, according to the District Health Office, Makawanpur.

On the occasion, he said that the Bagmati province government would provide ICU, ventilators as well as assign skilled health workers with high priority.

The Academy has established 16-bed ICU and six-bed ventilators at the premises of Hetauda Hospital, said Hetauda Hospital, Dr Sagar Kafle. RSS

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