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JAMSHEDPUR: The newly Upgraded Critical Care Unit of Tata Main Hospital (TMH) was inaugurated today at the Hospital’s premises in the presence of senior officials of Tata Steel, doctors from TMH, members of Union, reputed doctors of the city and other employees of the company.
Tata Steel invested Rs 3.98 Crores for the upgradation of the mentioned unit. Earlier the unit had 11 Critical Care beds and 2 Haemodialysis beds, which has now been increased to 22 Critical Care beds and 6 Haemodialysis beds so as to provide high end life support to critically ill patients and solutions for acute dialysis to countless needy patients.
While addressing the gathering, Chief Guest Mr H M Nerurkar complimented the management and authorities of TMH for accomplishing the challenging task of upgrading the unit in time. He also appreciated the staff for the appreciated the general upkeep and maintenance of TMH which has improved over the years. He also suggested on the importance of training and upgrading the skills of doctors and medical team who would be running this state of art facilities of the unit.
Guest of Honour Shri P N Singh, President, Tata Workers’ Union appreciated the dedication, commitment and hard work of the doctors of TMH. He appraised their invaluable commitment towards the society and suggested regular training for enhancing their knowledge in their respective areas of medical research which will in turn benefit the society.
The unit was previously running at 100% occupancy rate and there was ever increasing demand for enhancing the bed strength from all walks of life. The unit is equipped with state of the art organ support equipment like ventilators, multipara monitors, haemodialysis machines, syringe pumps and defibrillators. The unit has already achieved the bench marks on organ failure related survival /mortality and morbidity parameters
Also present on the occasion were Mr Sanjiv Paul, Vice President (Corporate Services), Mr A M Misra, Vice President (CSI & IR), Mr B K Dinda, General Secretary, Tata Worker’ Union, Dr D P Samaddar, Officiating CMIS & HOD ( Anaesthesia & Critical Care), TMH, senior doctors and other medical staff. Earlier Dr T P Madhusudanan, General Manager (Medical Services), Tata Steel, welcomed the guests and briefed them on the Upgraded Critical Care Unit. Dr G Ramdas, Chief, TMH proposed the final vote of thanks to the gathering.
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