After the quarantine camp ITBP now runs the hospital

NEW DELHI: As confirmed cases in several, including Indus (ITBP), CRPF and BSF, reached 300 on Tuesday, ITBP, which previously operated a quarantine facility in Delhi for evacuees from other countries, is now running its own 200 - hospital bed in Greater Noida.

ITBP has become the first paramilitary force to start a Covid-19 patient hospital among its troops after it took over a facility established in 2018 for the treatment of severe cases of knee replacement, hip replacement, and surgeries. laproscopic images of wounded soldiers. All of the old units have been closed and the new hospital is equipped with high-dependency units with ventilators, an oxygen collector system, portable oxygen concentrators, and defibrillators.

In the past 24 hours, 43 men from the 22nd ITBP Battalion at Tigri in South Delhi were admitted to the new hospital.

“Given that there is currently a large patient burden in civilian hospitals, our own infected staff is a great challenge for us. That is why we have started our own hospital, S TO Deswal, CEO of ITBP, told TOI.