Govt Hosps Told To Make Proning Routine
The Times of India Hyderabad|May 17, 2021
Hyderabad: In a fresh recourse for treatment to Covid-19 patients, the government has asked all government hospitals make proning — where patients are made to lie on their abdomen to boost their oxygen levels — a daily routine. Directives to hospital superintendents said that proning should be carried out for about 30 minutes each in the morning and evening. For this, alarms will sounded at 10.30 am and 4.40 pm.
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