The frequency of Covid deaths has increased in the previous two weeks in Bengal, but doctors and public health officials say the majority of the patients died from other causes, not from a serious state caused by the coronavirus infection.
Some patients’ care may have worsened as a result of their relocation to Covid hospitals, which possessed the resources to address their original problems.
Patients who had a stroke, or who had a renal or cardiac condition, attended a hospital without a Covid ward, according to public health specialist Abhijit Chowdhury.
They were moved to a Covid hospital after testing positive for Covid throughout a normal pre-admission screening.
“A hospital that specialises in Covid care may not have the finest resources to address a renal or cardiac disease,” Chowdhury, a member of the state government’s Covid task committee, said.
Hospitals in Bengal
“All hospitals should have Covid wards.” It would be preferable if each department had a Covid unit. It will be easier to treat Covid and the underlying disease at the same time with this setup.
Now that Covid is so common, we can no longer send anybody to a Covid hospital.
”According to a Covid bulletin issued by the state health department on Monday, 33 Covid individuals die in Bengal and seven in Calcutta.
Accroding to Sunday Bulletin
According to the Sunday bulletin, 36 individuals perished in Bengal, with 12 in Kolkata. In Bengal, 28 people died on Saturday, with seven in Kolkata.On the other hand, on December 27, ten Covid patients died in Bengal, with one in Kolkata.
Seven people died in Bengal the next day, and two in Kolkata.Covid patients are being hospitalised under the supervision of two or more doctors at various multispecialty hospitals, rather than a single doctor, as was the case in the earlier waves.
“We should no longer wait for a person to be healed of Covid before treating the organ’s condition,” says the author (primary ailment).
“The organ therapy and the Covid treatment should be done at the same time,” said Amitabha Saha, a Medica Superspecialty Hospital internal medicine and critical care expert.
Bengal Has The Highest Covid Mortality Rate, Which Health Professionals in Kolkata Attribute To Other Illnesses