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First broke the snake bite, then brought CHC: The woman who left the heartbeat and the pulse was saved by one hour of hard work, the CHC incharge was on leave, the patient was on the hospital to handle the hospital

First broke the snake bite, then brought CHC: The woman who left the heartbeat and the pulse was saved by one hour of hard work, the CHC incharge was on leave, the patient was on the hospital to handle the hospital

Bhaskar Correspondent | The incidents of snakebite are also increasing as soon as the rainy season starts. 35 -year -old Resham Bai was bitten by a cobra snake in Samari, a village in Bayana. The woman was cleaning her house. The family, who was unconscious by the snake bite, first took the family to the people who treated the indigenous treatment. But the woman's situation worsened. After this, the family took the woman to CHC in critical condition. In view of the serious condition of the woman, a team of doctors and nursing workers immediately started treatment. During treatment, the woman came out of danger after about an hour. On this, the relatives who left the woman's life breathed a sigh of relief and thanked the doctors. CHC Incharge Dr. Jogendra Singh Gurjar, Senior Physician Dr. SS Garg, Physician Dr. Lakhpat Ram Mahawar, Dr. Sandeep Kumar's team treated the woman. Doctors said that when the family brought the woman to the hospital. Then his heart beat and pulse rate were quite down. On this, the doctor returned the woman's heart beat and pulse with CPR and other modern techniques. CHC Incharge Dr. Jogendra Gurjar was on leave on Friday. Information came to him that a woman suffering from snakebite has been brought to the hospital in critical condition, so he immediately reached the hospital and became part of the team treating the woman. Copyright © 2022-23 DB corp ltd., All rights reservedthis website follows The DNPA code of ethics.

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July 23rd 2022, 12:51 am
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