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     Nizam’s Institute of Medical Sciences 

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     Nizam’s Institute of Medical Sciences 

    HyderabadThe Telangana Government would be starting Mother and Child Hospitals (MCH) especially for the women and their attendees for planned and hassle unpaid deliveries.

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    These MCH hospitals would be coming up in Gandhi and Nizam’s Institute of Medical Sciences (NIMS). There would be 250 beds in the recently created hinder to be constructed in the NIMS and 200 beds in the Gandhi Hospital. This was announced by the Health Minister T Harish Rao while speaking in an awareness announcement of a theatrical event on transmission discipline in personal activities in the Petlaburj Maternity Hospital on Monday. These hospitals were taken because of the availability of super specialty wings.

    The Health Minister said that these hospitals would come in convenient for the women who are nearing the birth engagement. These hospitals would supply forethought for the being in a state of crisis or emergency patients. The State government has been taking several steps to guarantee the maternal mortality pace comes down. “We are presently third after Kerala and Maharashtra and we should aim for better than these states,” said Harish Rao. The MMR pace in Kerala was 19 per one lakh, in Maharashtra it is 33 per lakh. However in Telangana it is 43 per lakh.

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    The government minister said that birth waiting rooms were also coming up in the hospitals be fond of Bhadrachalam, Utnoor, Adilabad and Kothagudem. The deaths were reported because of a act later than planned in bringing the women to the hospitals. The government asked the Asha workers to guarantee they are sent to birth waiting rooms if the cases are being in a state of crisis or emergency. The birth scheme should be decided in PHC. If the PHC person who holds Ph.D. degree can do it efficiently, the deaths can be avoided. Some doctors are washing off their hands by referring the patients to bigger hospitals, said the government minister. The government minister asked the doctors to guarantee a alcoholic transmission discipline in personal activities system in the hospitals. He wanted the doctors, personnel nurses to tick off for transmission by going around the wards. Still some doctors are negligent in their duties, which should be avoided, he said. He asked the doctors to strive not yielding to pressure for ensuring less deaths.

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