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Uttar Pradesh / Kanpur : The patient is forced to wander from rate to rate in the hope of better treatment

Continuation of referral of patients from district hospital

District hospitals, including the city of Kanpur, are in bad shape. By keeping all the guidelines of the CM of the state, playing with the lives of the patients, the hawk is not responsible. The situation is still so bad that instead of recruiting patients in district hospitals, the process of referring is going on. Among them, the number of non-covid patients is the highest, which is forced to wander from one place to another in the hope of better treatment.
District hospital did not enroll

Aarti Tiwari, wife of Ajay Kumar Tiwari, a resident of Deeg village, Fatehpur district, was suffering from dizziness and vomiting for several days. On Thursday, her husband Ajay Tiwari was taken to the district hospital, from where she was directly referred to the Halat Hospital in Kanpur. Upon reaching here, the doctors have got her RTPCR test done in the initial examination of the woman, whose report is being awaited.

On the other hand, Govind, a resident of Jajmau under Chakeri area, had admitted his wife Savitri Devi to Ursla Hospital on Wednesday on the complaint of fever, seeing the condition of the patient deteriorating, he was referred to Halat by the doctors there on Thursday. On arrival, the woman was declared dead by doctors. After the death of the woman, the family members were in a state of disarray.

The elderly could not get treatment in time

Something similar happened with Deepak Soni, a resident of Hanspuram Naubasta, with his high hopes

Elderly father Ram arrived in Ayodhya in the afternoon at the Emergency Emergency where he was declared dead during first aid. According to the family members of the deceased, the Kovid investigation report of the elderly came negative. On Thursday morning, when he had high fever, he fell unconscious at home. The family took the elderly to a private hospital nearby. But he was not admitted after seeing the condition of the elderly.

Said, get the inquiry done from outside, there is no facility here

Rajesh Kumar, a resident of village Umaran of Auraiya district, is taking care of his family by working as a laborer. On Thursday morning, after confirming that his 18-year-old son Nitin had fever and a knot in his stomach, he took him to the JK Cancer Hospital with his wife Mamta Devi and elder brother Rakesh Kumar. According to the father, instead of recruiting the son here, the doctor gave him several blood tests on the prescription and was told that there is no facility of investigation here and sent out. He was also assaulted here after reaching the Halat Emergency.