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Vacation of 40 children from a syringe: Sagar vaccination officer suspended; The vaccine nursing student said- Gave me the same syringe

Vacation of 40 children from a syringe: Sagar vaccination officer suspended; The vaccine nursing student said- Gave me the same syringe

The health department has come to light in the Corona vaccination in Sagar, Madhya Pradesh. Health department officials on Wednesday sent a nursing student alone to vaccinate children at Jain Public School. He applied vaccine to forty children with a single syringe. When the parents created a ruckus, the students said- the officers gave the same syringe and said that all the children have to apply vaccine. District Immunization Officer Dr. SR Roshan has been suspended in the case. Divisional Commissioner Mukesh Shukla took action on the report of Collector Deepak Arya. Before knowing the entire case, give your opinion in the poll ... The health department has given its employees for the vacancy camp at the parents on the negligence of the nursing student. The place was put on the duty of a nursing student. Jitendra, a nursing third year student, started applying vaccine. He applied the vaccine with the same needle to 40 children one after the other. Dinesh Namdev arrived to get the daughter studying in 9th class to get the vaccine, then he saw that all the children are being given vaccine with the same needle. When he opposed this, Jitendra said that he has been given only one syringe. Dinesh objected to this. Other parents also gathered along with him and started a ruckus. Due to lack of staff, there was an irresponsible huts on 52 centers in Sagar. Each camp has 2 members in the vaccination team. Health department officials say that due to lack of staff, nursing students of private colleges were entrusted with the responsibility of vaccination at 40 centers. Departmental staff had vaccinated at only 12 centers. FIR lodged, Health Department has lodged an FIR against Jitendra Ahirwar by the Health Department. CMHO Dr. DK Goswami says that three teams are being sent to the children's homes and blood samples are being asked, which will be tested from the pathology lab of the district hospital. NHM Director (Bhopal) Dr. Santosh Shukla said that the investigation of the case A state level three -member team has been formed for. The team includes State AEFI Advisor Dr. Ravindra Babelle, State Rimne Advisor Dr. Ramkumar Rai and State Training Coordinator Suryaprakash Dixit. The team is reaching Sagar on Thursday. Cleaning of the officer- the entire syringe was given, the student will have given Guma Duma Hot Hiag Hiagi Vaccination Officer Dr. SR Roshan that the vaccine given to the teams was given as per the vaccine given to the teams. The student may have dropped. If this happens, he should have called me by calling. Expert view ... The danger of spreading infectious disease should be used for a syringe, one syringe. If a syringe is used on more than one people, the risk of spreading infectious disease increases. If someone suffers from a disease like HIV or Hepatitis B and the needle applied to another patient can also be infected.- Dr. Sumit Rawat, Microbiology Lab Incharge, BMC, Sagar Copyright © 2022-23 DB Corp ltd., All rights reservedthis website follows the DNPA Code of Ethics.

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July 28th 2022, 9:09 am
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