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    • 1. The per day admissions are on declining trends.2. The mortality rates are on increasing trends3. For the last half 2011 and early 2012, the number of major and minor surgeries were declining, except last three months, where the trends are positive.4. The overall mortality in Gandhi Hospital appears to be high.
    • Even though the sanctioned bed strength is 1040, average on bed is 1250. The highest number being 1450 on bed patients.This puts lot of burden on the system.
    • Lack of Technical staff:The detailed proposal for the need of Technical staff is being submitted as per the ref no.
    •  The lack of anesthetist: Old Gandhi Hospital had 12 operation tables, where as new Gandhi Hospital the number of operation tables suddenly increased to 28. Similarly the number of tables in emergency OTs increased from 3 to 7. But there is no increase in number of professor posts (3), Assistant professors posts (12). The number of posts remained static for the last 20 years. Number of surgical units increased steadily over the years. But there is no increase in anesthesia units. The number of Anesthesia units remained same (3only) for the last 20 years. The comparison between the old and new Gandhi Hospital is as follow: The proposal for enhancement of post in the Department of Anaesthesia are submitted as per the Ref No: Proposal for the enhancement of the post of anesthetist dated 16-10-2010.
    • OLD GANDHI NEW GANDHI HOSPITAL HOSPITALNo. Of operation tables (Elective) 12 28 No. Of operation tables 3 7 (Emergency) Anesthesia Professors 3 3 Anesthesia Associate Prof Anesthesia Asst Prof Post Graduates No of OT Days and tables CT Surg and Neurosurg had one table Both departments have 3 tables alternate day dailyNo. Of operation tables (Elective) All O.T.s in one complex Situated in 5 floors & two different buildings No. Of operation tables No RICU Respiratory Intensive care unit (Emergency) created 12 28 3 7
    • Status of biomedical equipment at Gandhi Hospital: Name of Equipment Total No. Working Not Working ABG Machine 3 0 2 Defibrillator 18 13 5 Infusion Pump 20 11 9 Multi channel monitor 105 60 45 Pulse oxymeter 72 35 37 Ventilator 59 26 33 Grand Total 276 145 131
    • Status of biomedical equipment at Gandhi Hospital:
    •  Inadequate Maintenance budget: Years Amount requested Received 2005-2006 3000000 1650000 2006-2007 2000000 717000 2007-2008 1908538 2500000 2008-2009 9000000 5550000 2009-2010 12500000 6250000 2010-2011 15000000 5800000 2011-2012 15000000 2000000