10-bed transportable hospital opened at NDRF campus in Ghaziabad

Ghaziabad (UP), August 23

Union Health Minister Dr Harsh Vardhan has inaugurated a 10-bed transportable hospital on the National Disaster Response Force’s (NDRF) eighth Battalion campus in Kamla Nehru Nagar right here, officers stated on Sunday.

Battalion Commandant PK Srivastav advised PTI that the hospital, which was opened by the minister on Saturday, is a three way partnership of the CSIR-Central Building Research Institute (CBRI), Roorkee in Uttarakhand and the NDRF.

The distinctive side of the power is that the hospital infrastructure could be transported throughout any pure calamity to the place the place it will be required. It has been designed in such a approach that it may be simply dismantled and reassembled briefly discover.

All the medical gear has been designed and sponsored by CBRI whereas the NDRF has organized the beds and testing machines.

The hospital may also present an OPD facility in addition to gear for blood stress, ECG and defibrillator machines. Oxygen pipelines have additionally been fitted to each mattress.

Keeping COVID-19 in view, an isolation ward together with quarantine amenities has additionally been earmarked with hand washing and sensor based mostly sanitiser factors.

To preserve the temperature, thermal insulators have additionally been used within the waterproof construction to make sure it may be fitted at anywhere and in any climate, Srivastav stated.

Vardhan lauded the NDRF and their companies throughout rescue operations in disaster-hit areas.

S N Pradhan, Director General of NDRF and CSIR DG Shekhar C Mande, who have been current on the inauguration, planted saplings within the premises. PTI

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