RMLIMS neuroscience unit to begin partial ops by Jan

  • | Monday | 27th November, 2023

Lucknow: The neuroscience centre at Ram Manohar Lohia Institute of Medical Sciences (RMLIMS) is expected to start partial operations within the next two months after the recent allocation of Rs 2.8 crore by the state government.The centre has been under construction for the past four years and got a significant boost with the allocation. The funding will be utilized for the construction of a modular operation theater and networking facilities.It is being established in one of the buildings on the campus where two additional floors are being constructed to accommodate a tertiary care neuro-sciences centre. Four modular operating theatres, wards and other facilities for day care and admitted patients will be available soon.We hope to get the building ready in a month or two. We would then start admission of patients. With additional wards in new floors in the building, we would be able to admit more patients, said Dr Deepak Singh, head of neuro-surgery department at RMLIMS.To fully operationalize the new centre, the department has requested the posting of four new faculty/doctors, 100 nurses and the necessary equipment for OTs and wards. A 19-bed ICU will also be operational within the centre.It will feature a dedicated stroke centre, a paediatric neurosurgery unit and a digital subtraction angiography (DSA) lab. The DSA lab provides images of the blood vessels in the brain to detect any problems with blood flow. He said partial operationalization of the centre is a significant step forward in RMLIMS efforts to provide comprehensive care for patients with neurological and neurosurgical conditions. The centre is expected to become a leading facility in the region, offering advanced treatment options and improving patient outcomes, he added.We also published the following articles recentlyBe sensitive in reportage, avoid sensationalising tunnel rescue operations: Centre to TV channelsThe ministry of information and broadcasting issued an advisory to private television channels regarding their coverage of the ongoing rescue operations at Silkyara tunnel in Uttarakhand. The advisory emphasized responsible reporting and urged channels to avoid sensationalizing the situation. It cautioned against telecasting video footage and images related to the rescue operations, especially when placing cameras and equipment in close proximity to the site. The advisory aimed to ensure that media coverage remained respectful, responsible, and considerate of the sensitive nature of the situation.Hapag-Llyod launches new technology centre in ChennaiHapag-Lloyd Technology Center (HLTC) has launched a new global technology centre in Chennais World Trade Centre. The centre will start with a team of 180 IT professionals and will develop software solutions for the maritime industry. It will be operated as part of a joint venture with technology company Solverminds. In the medium term, HLTC plans to increase its staff to between 300 and 400 specialists.Health centre at Sanguem in need of upkeepOpposition councillor Meshu DCosta of Sanguem Municipal Council demands improvement at Sanguem primary health centre (PHC). Rickety ambulances and non-functional generator set at the health centre cause inconvenience to patients. The government should not neglect this vital facility, especially since people from remote villages rely on it. Health department officials claim that necessary treatment is provided and the generator set will be replaced soon. Sanguem PHC serves over 40,000 people.

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