On 03 February 2019, the new dental treatment unit at the hospital was inaugurated. Within a few months, the old reception of the bed wing, which was no longer needed, was converted into a modern dental treatment room. A dentist from the next town is ready to hold and treat a consultation once a week. KS-plus provided the financial means for the reconstruction.
A used dental chair recently arrived at Kirpal Sagar Hospital. It had already been expected for some time and is now to find its place in the bed wing. Preparations for the installation had already taken place in the course of the year, now it is about the concrete installation. Commissioning is expected for February 2019. We are already curious….
In classes 11 and 12, the Academy offers several branches, including the “medical branch”, which prepares students for scientific and medical studies. Today, 11th grade students were in the hospital to get to know further measures in addition to first aid. One of the nurses guided the group through the admission ward. Practical exercises were then held, including taking the blood pressure.
Today we received the news that the slit lamp and ophthalmic equipment passed their first test at the medical camp around the Kirpal Sagar Charitable Hospital on 18 March 2018.
The joy about the new equipment is literally written on the examiner’s face. The devices with a value of 1600 Euro could be ordered in February 2018, after KS-plus e.V. had transferred money in December 2017.
The technical settings as well as the instructions of the users had taken place before the camp.
In November 2017, the functional wing of the hospital was examined more closely. After all, the outer shell is already a good 20 years old. An architect from Germany drew up a current plan of the buildings as a basis for further expansion plans, after a large number of changes had been made since then.
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On November 2nd, a respiratory training for emergency room staff took place at Kirpal Sagar Charitable Hospital. Four nurses practiced ventilation with bag and mask on the simulator of KS-plus. Every doctor and nurse in the emergency room should be able to do this. After all, it can save lives.
The exercise was obviously fun. Afterwards, there were plenty of selfies with the German instructors as a memento.