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When SSGH docs turned into disaster management experts | Vadodara News - Times of IndiaEdition: US USINSign In TOI CityvadodaramumbaidelhibengaluruHyderabadkolkatachennaiagraagartalaahmedabadajmerallahabadamaravatiamritsaraurangabadbareillybhubaneswarbhopalchandigarhcoimbatorecuttackdehradunerodefaridabadghaziabadgoagurgaonguwahatihubballiimphalindoreitanagarjaipurjammujamshedpurjodhpurkanpurkochikohimakolhapurkozhikodeludhianalucknowmaduraimangalurumeerutmumbai regionmysurunagpurnashiknavi mumbainoidapatnapuducherrypuneraipurrajkotranchithanesalemshillongshimlasrinagarsurattrichythiruvananthapuramudaipurvaranasivijayawadavisakhapatnam weathergujarat electionsWhen SSGH docs turned into disaster management experts News City News vadodara News When SSGH docs turned into disaster management experts When SSGH docs turned into disaster management experts TNN / Sep 11, 2020, 04:05 IST Facebook Twitter Linkedin EMail AA +Text SizeSmallMediumLargeUp NextWhen SSGH docs turned into disaster management experts Duo who shot at woman in Yakutpura nabbed The word is out - Samsung Galaxy M51 beats Mo-B in the monstrous 7000mAh challenge Testing continues to gain momentum A grab from the video of the fireVadodara: They were at the SSG Hospital (SSGH) to treat patients, but hardly did these doctors know that their skills would be tested on an altogether different front. But for the presence of mind and alertness shown by four doctors at the intensive care unit (ICU) of the Covid-19 treatment facility at SSGH, a major tragedy would have taken place. When a monitor in the ICU started making unfamiliar noises, Dr Kanchana – a third year resident of anesthesiology – noticed it. Even as she reached it, she noticed sparking inside it. “We immediately started rescuing the patients and I raised an alarm so that others could join our efforts. We were able to rescue all he patients in time and shift them out of the affected floor ,” said Kanchana. Those who rushed to the set of beds closest to the ventilator that went up in flames included senior residents Dr Jwalit Mistry and Dr Priyanka Patel. Dr Kanchana’s junior and a first year anesthesiology resident Dr Jinal Solanki was present in the ICU itself alongside Dr Kanchana. The first person to wield a fire extinguisher and try to douse flames was Mistry, a general surgeon. “As surgeons we are taught disaster management even as a subject. Also, our alertness and presence of mind comes from handing emergencies and difficult cases,” he said. Mistry was actually posted in the recovery room opposite the ICU. He rushed to the ICU to help colleagues. Facebook Twitter Linkedin EMail Start a Conversationend of article Trending Topics Coronavirus cases in India India China news Coronavirus India update live Coronavirus vaccine Mumbai Indians Kim Jong Un Kangana Ranaut PM Modi Loan Moratorium Extension AP Eamcet Hall Ticket Top Stories Right Nowindia India, China foreign ministers talk for 2 hours in bid to ease LAC

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