The University of Benin Teaching Hospital (UBTH) Head of COVID-19 Rapid Response Team, Dr. Benson Okwara, said the two COVID-19 patients receiving treatment in the hospital’s isolation centre are recovering fast. Read more:
The University of Benin Teaching Hospital (UBTH) Head of COVID-19 Rapid Response Team, Dr. Benson Okwara, said the two COVID-19 patients receiving treatment in the hospital’s isolation centre are recovering fast. Okwara said this yesterday while reacting to a report that there was panic in the hospital over coronavirus patients receiving treatment in its isolation …
The University of Benin Teaching Hospital (UBTH) Head of COVID-19 Rapid Response Team, Dr. Benson Okwara, said the two COVID-19 patients receiving treatment in the hospital’s isolation centre are recovering fast.Okwara said this yesterday while reacting to a report that there was panic in the hospital over coronavirus patients receiving treatment in its isolation centre.
According to him, one of the patients in its facilities is almost asymptomatic, adding that the hospital healthcare workers in the emergency department always put on face masks and hand gloves while attending to patients.On his part, Chairman Medical Advisory Committee (CMAC) UBTH, Prof. Casmir Omuemu said the Response Team so far activated 12 doctors, 33 paramedics, and 30 nurses, who are on the ground to receive any case and provide guidance.
ADVERTISEMENTHOW OVER 5000 NIGERIA MEN HAVE PERMANENTLY OVERCOME TERRIBLE BEDROOM PERFORMANCE DUE TO THIS RECENT DISCOVERY BY MEDICAL CONSULTANTS“Our Isolation centre receiving suspected and confirmed cases is already activated with drugs and personal protective equipment (PPE). All outpatients’ clinics remain functional, though activities have scaled downwards to facilitate adequate infection control measures,” he said.
“Screening of all patients using infra-red thermometer and relevant history taking to determine the level of risk for COVID-19 infection is being done. Cough officers have been deployed to identify and interview patients coughing and move them to designed places for appropriate care”, he further said.
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This is good news🙏 Lie will kill u people which isolation center do u have there are recovering fast what about the 10 case's the total number is 12 now and most of them are the doctors in ubth if they are recovering quickly, yes. what is used to treat them, no one knows and the chinese are still trooping in
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