Work news: Kidney transplant service will start soon in Jhansi Medical College, it will cost just this much
The facility of kidney transplant is going to start soon in Maharani Laxmi Bai Medical College, Jhansi, Uttar Pradesh. Till now kidney transplant patients had to go to Kanpur or Gwalior. After the start of this facility, patients of Jhansi and adjoining districts will get the facility of kidney transplant. At the same time, medical college doctors will be able to save the lives of kidney patients. Not only this, kidney transplant will be done in Government Medical College at the cost of only 1 lakh rupees, due to which people will not be burdened too much.
For kidney transplant, it is necessary to have ICU, nephrologist, urologist, anesthetist, blood bank and dialysis machine. Nephrology and Urology facilities are available in the newly created super specialty block in the medical college. Along with this all other facilities related to kidney transplant will also be available in this super specialty block. A separate ICU is being prepared for kidney transplant and the training of doctors will also start soon. Let us tell you that the cost of kidney transplant in private hospitals is 7 to 9 lakh rupees. Whereas in medical college this transplant can be done for only 1 lakh rupees.
While three consecutive days of rain in Jhansi of Uttar Pradesh have given relief to the people from the heat, it has wreaked havoc for the farmers. Crops standing in the fields were ruined. Urad, groundnut and sesame crops have suffered the most. The sudden change in the weather has upset the farmers instead of giving them happiness. There is no limit to their grief after seeing the crop that the farmers raised by working hard day and night get ruined. Standing crops were ruined A farmer cultivating groundnut said that the crop was standing ready in 15 acres. There was a preparation to cut in a few days but the rain ruined everything. Now some help is expected from the government itself. On the other hand, a farmer cultivating urad told that the crop was prepared in 10 acres. For the last 1 month, laborers were also engaged. They al s o have to pay money. There was a lot of hope from the harvest. But the rain ruined everything. The only request to the government is that we s
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