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TimestampHospital InformationHospital Address InformationHospital TypeProvider NameProvider Contact InformationHow many Earthquake related patients do you have nowWhat Physicians do you needWhat other staff do you needWhat Blood supplies do you need by type and quantityWhat Drug supplies do you need by type and quantityWhat IV Fluid supplies do you need by type and quantityWhat Equipment do you needWhat General Supplies do you needPlease List any other needs you have Bed Count (OPTIONAL)Physician Count (OPTIONAL)Nurse and other staff Count (OPTIONAL)Operating Rooms (OPTIONAL)Blood Count (OPTIONAL)Major Drugs (OPTIONAL)IV Fluids (OPTIONAL)Damage Structurally to Hospital (OPTIONAL)Accessibility
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4/26/2015 19:31:31Name- Bir Hospital. NAMS Mahaboudhha, NepalTEACHING HOSPITALDr Swoyam Prakash Pandit, Director or Dr bhupendra Basnet. Email:swoyampandit@hotmail.comFatalities: 106, Injuries: 450+
Type long bone #.pelvic bone #.head injury. Abdominal blunt injury chest injury n spinal injury.
Needs surgery Medicines -antibiotics. Analgesic. Suture material. Fixature in none#.Logistics. Food's. Clothes . blankets etc for patients n parents.
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4/26/2015 19:59:10Bir Hospital (NAMS)KathmanduTEACHING HOSPITALRajesh Chaudhary, MBBS,MS (Ortho)9841-275727
Drrajeshortho6@gmail.com
Mortality estimate 100
Patient treated through ER estimate 900
In-patient admitted estimate 200
Mostly traumatic # like tibia-fibula, femur, spine, head injury, blunt trauma.
So far only provisional treatment (POP, Slab) provided.
No definite Rx like implant, plate done in OR due to fear of patients from after shocks
All medicines provided free so far









We are adjusting our staff so far with 24 hr duty. Any Additional help may be helpful. So far we are sufficient.SalineThere is tentative plan to start surgery in 2 days or so. But we are short of logistic supplies like surgical implants (plates, nails), gauze, saline, anesthetic drugs, antibiotics, O2.. Basically items needed to perform surgery in OR.

So far we have seen only fee cases of blunt abdominal trauma taken to OR.

Also our in patient units are full.
To start services outside, we will need tents, shelter, etc.

Have seen few volunteers provide water and noodles, but meals and water to patients and families will be helpful.
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4/26/2015 20:08:46Jana Maitri hospital

(Non profit, private, charitable hospital)
Balaju, kathmanduPRIVATE HOSPITALRajesh Chaudhary, MBBS, MS (Ortho)9841-275727
Drrajeshortho6@gmail.com
Mortality estimate 90+ (lots of patients from the local area)
Trauma seen 300 +
100 in-patients
Mostly orthopedic injuries like tibia, fibula, femur, spine, head, etc.

Only provisional treatment (slab, plaster) provided free of cost, borne by hospital so far. (Nepal government to provide funds later).

No definite surgery yet. Hospital still functional, not much damaged by earthquake.
SalineHave sufficient amount of basic supplies like plaster, slab, etc. But due to high demand, any additional help is appreciated.

Need logistics -surgical supplies like implants, nails, plates, anesthetic drugs, antibiotics, saline, gauze, in order to start definite treatment once the aftershocks become less. Now patients not willing to gomfor surgery due to fear of aftershocks.

Sponsors seen providing water and food to patients but additinal help in this regard is also needed.
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4/26/2015 21:05:14Kathmandu Model Hospital
Exibition Road
Kathmandu
OTHER HOSPITALDr Bharat Pradhan
Director
Rijans@gmail.com
9851033105
Approx 200
40% Minor Injuries
60% Different types of major injuries
Neurosurgeon:1
Ortho:1
Pediatician:1
General physician:2

No nurses needed at the momentNo blood at thus time. Utilizing blood donation.Pain killers 5000 doses at 200mg
Antibiotics
General and different types 1000 doses 500mg
Bandages
Gauze
Various surgical equipments
Minor and major anesthetic
Saline water:1500 litersNoneWater purifier
Gloves
Masks
Vitamin supplements
Protein bars
Energy bars
2.major roads..none blocked
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4/27/2015 0:29:14Gyane, general ward, emergency, icu...KATHMANDU NATIONAL MEDICAL COLLEGE KATHMANDU,Ghattekulo KATHMANDUPRIVATE HOSPITALSabre Alam Ansari( incharge)9855022247/9851037375Only fewWe have allALL we haveNot nowNot nowNot nowALL we have ALL we haveALL we have NOT now
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4/27/2015 2:00:25Grande International Hospital (GIH)Tokha Road, Dhapasi, KathmanduPRIVATE HOSPITALBhaskar Raj Pant, MD
Orthopedic Trauma Surgeon, Arthroplasty & Sports
bhpant@gmail.com
9851053807
Severe 28,
All minor injuries discharged.
NoneNoneNoneIV fluids, antibiotics, analgesics - any quantityNS, RL, DNS 200 eachNoneDrinking water 20 ltr jar - 100 pcs, Diesel 25000ltr, Tent big sizes 10Food. Anything from biscuit, rice, noodles etc200 beds, 14 ICU, 14 NICU, 6 OTs1503006Some damage to false ceiling, doors, wall cracks. Structurully safe.6 roads, 2 blocked
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4/27/2015 10:44:16
Kathmandu Medical College
Sinamangal Kathmandu
TEACHING HOSPITALDr Ashu Acharya ashuacharya15@gmail.com200 in a hour or so
Emergency physicians 10
Nurses 20
O negative
Ab negative
Pain killers IV
Antibiotics IV and Oral
Antiseptics

Normal saline 1000 liters
Dextrose 1000 liters
Sutures kits 50
IV sets 200
Syringes 5ml 10 ml 15ml 20ml. 200

Food
Water
Fuel
Electricity
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4/27/2015 12:31:56
Dhulikhel Hospital Kathmandu University Hospital
Hospital Road, Dhulikhel, Kavre
COMMUNITY HOSPITAL
Dr. Rajendra Koju
Administrative Director
rajendrakoju@gmail.com (+977-9802000028)
birajmk@gmail.com (+1-206 861 3940)
About 60 major trauma related surgeries every day. Hundreds of other minor cases.

Fatalities till now: About 15
Trauma surgeons: 2
OT Nurses who can assist the trauma surgeons: 4
Will coordinate with local red cross
All major drugs related to trauma management
NS: 2000
RL:2000
Dextrose: 500
Any supplies used for trauma management would be great.
Tents: For 300 people
Mattresses: For 500 people
Sleeping bags: 300 people
About 500 beds are functioning at the hospital currently
Surgeons: 10
Anaesthetists: 5
6
Now the road to Dhkl from Kathmandu is functioning.
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4/27/2015 14:56:30KIST Medical College
KIST Medical College
GPO Box: 14142 | Imadol VDC Ward no. 6, Lalitpur, Nepal
TEACHING HOSPITAL
Suzita Hirachan, MBBS, MS (General Surgery)
drsuzita@gmail.com
9851165898
Gentamicin
Ceftriaxone
Saline Solution: 1000 liters
Water
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4/28/2015 6:54:45
Narayani Samudayik Hospital a 350 bed community hospital based in Bharatpur Chitwan having trauma services except neuro cases.
NPI Narayni Samudayik Hospital
Bharatpur 10 Chitwan
Nepal
Tel 977 56 525517/8
Contact Person Mr Pushpa Dhital
Chairman and Director
9855054530
COMMUNITY HOSPITAL
Dr Gaurav Neupane
Orthopaedic & trauma surgeon
Narayni Samudayik Hospital
Gaurav_hrit@yahoo.com
Gauravneupaneortho@gmail.com
9855050264
Received 25 earthquake related injuries. 2 operated 18 treated by plaster and minor injuries 5.
2 admitted rest discharged
Anesthesia doctors 2
GP 3
Radiologist 1
Trained nurses 5 to 10
Helps 4 to 5
Antibiotics ofloxacin cefixime cefadroxil ampiclox approx 200 doses
Analgesics codeine paracetamol naproxen diclofenac (inj & oral)
Normal Saline mostly for lavage 1000 pcs of 500ml bottles
Anesthetic Machine
Portable x ray machine
1 each
20 kv generator 2
300 kv generator 1
Drinking water
Storage water tanks
Waste collection big tumblers
Medical 30
Surgery 30
Orthopedic 20
Emergency 10
Pediatric 20
Obgyn 30
Physician 4
Orthopedic 2
Pediatric 2
General Surgeon 2
Radiologists 2
Gynaecologists 2
Nurses 50
Health assistants 7
Community medical workers 10
OT nurses 12
3Minimal3 roads. None blocked
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4/28/2015 8:53:52
Nepal medical college teaching hospital
atterkhel ,jorpati kathmandu
TEACHING HOSPITAL
Dr Animesh Joshi, final year orthopedic and trauma Resident
Junganimesh@gmail.com, 977-9851152782
15 fatalities, injuries-unaccountedPlastic surgeon
Amoxcillin 500 mg
azithromycin 500mg
ceftriaxone 1 gm
betadine
surgical knife no 15 , no 21
prolene 2,3
Vicryl 2, 3, os
NS 500 l Rl 500l
External fixator,
Portable usg doppler
IM nails, k wires
700 bedded hospital
100 ortho , 100 surgical 100 medical 100 peds100 gynae obs 50 ent 50 opthalmo, 25 psychaitry, 25 derma
2
ward building completely damaged, non functional
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4/28/2015 13:56:44Budhigandaki HospitalArughat, GorkhaPRIVATE HOSPITAL
Dr. Gaurav Neupane (Orthopedic Surgeon, Bharatpur, Chitwan)--I was part of a volunteer medical team from my hospital to Arughat, Gorkha
9855050264
10 major injuries, airlifted to KTM. 30-40 other minor injuries stable.
There is 1 MBBS doctor there who is managing. There is no operating room at the hospital. However, Arughat could be used as a base to reach areas harder hit higher up like Barpak. We could try to set up a mobile camp/OT there and possibly have a second team that would head to Barpak. I have anesthesia and general surgeons and health assistants team who are willing for 4 to 5 days service. We would need help with materials and helicopter drop off at Arughat.
General medicines--
Drinking water, sanitation. Staff, patients living in tents.
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4/28/2015 16:54:38Bir Hospital
Bir Hospital, Kathmandu Nepal
TEACHING HOSPITALanyl77@hotmail.com +977 9851092274NANANANANANA
1) Surgical disposables( dressing sets, gown etc)
2) tourniquets
3) portable Sunction
4) Larygoscopes
5) Foldable stretchers
6) Handheld pulseoxymeters
7) rechargeable torches and power back up systems
8) portable ultrasound machine
9) hand sanitizers in big amount
10) food for disaster area ( rural areas)
NANANANANA
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4/28/2015 20:07:12Bir Hopsital KathmanduTEACHING HOSPITAL
Robin Bahadur Basnet, Surgeon 9841304774
National Trauma Center, Bir Hospital
We have seen thousands... operated on about 200 and death toll 113
No need for physicians.None100 Liters of all types.NoneWe are working on a list.
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4/29/2015 2:08:45B & B Hospital Pvt. Ltd.
Gwarko, Lalitpur, Nepal.
P.O.Box No: 2481
Tel: 977-1-5531933, Fax: 5528526
e-mail: bbhospital@wlink.com.np, bbh.disaster.relief@gmail.com
website: www.bbhospital.com.np
PRIVATE HOSPITAL
Dr. Bibek Banskota, MBBS, MRCS(Ed.), MS (Ortho)
Ortho Surgeon
bibekbanskota@gmail.com, bbhospital@wlnik.com.np, bbh.disaster.relief@gmail.com
Phone no:
+977-9801043203
Still counting!!!
So far:

215 patients
80 emergency surgeries
141 minor injuries treated and discharged
11 fatalities

We expect a heavy patient flow from around and outside the Kathmandu valley in the coming weeks and months
nonenonenone
1. AFO
2. ARM SLING
3. BENECAST 4"
4. BENECAST 5"
5. CETIL 500 TAB
6. CETIL INJ
7. CHYMORAL FORTE TAB
8. CIFRAN 500MG TAB
9. cilanem inj
10. CIPRO INJ
11. CREPE BANDAGE 4"
12. CREPE BANDAGE 6"
13. DICLONIP INJ
14. DNS 500ML
15. DS 5%
16. KNEE IMMOBILIZER
17. lipuro inj
18. magnex 3g
19. meronem 1gm
20. MET 400MG TAB
21. METRON INJ
22. midosed inj
23. NELAC INJ
24. NS 500MI
25. PANTOCID 40MG TAB
26. POP 4"
27. POP 6"
28. provive inj
29. RELIEF TAB
30. RL 500ML
31. SOFTBAND 4"
32. SOFTBAND 6"
33. SPORIDEX 500MG CAP
34. STOKINET 3"
35. SYRING 10CC
36. SYRING 20CC
37. SYRING 3CC
38. SYRING 5CC
39. T.T INJ
40. VECURON INJ
41. ZANOCIN 400DS TAB
Saline solution 1000 litres
Anesthetic machine: 1
Monitors: 3
Pulse oximeters: 5
Oxygen concentrator: 2
Defibrillators (AED): 2
Disposable gowns, drapes, gloves, visors, clothing, bedsheets etc. etc.
Water purifiers: as many as possible
Food supplies
Tents waterproof
2) Emergency light (solar powered lights)
3) Mattresses, pillow, blankets, trolleys, Wheelchairs, Chair cum beds
4) Body bags for the deceased
5) Urobag, folley’s catheter, syringes, crepe bandage, knee immobilizer, neck immobilizer, Ankle foot orthosis, arm sling, cervical collar
6) Drinking water & food (e.g. Dry foods)
7) Dressing materials
8) Saline units
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4/29/2015 2:49:37Civil Hospital
Minbhawan, Kathmandu
OTHER HOSPITAL
Dr. Ramesh Pant, Registrar Department of Family Medicine and Emergency
00977-9841370793
Visited patient: 650
Major Cases: 150
Total cases: 650 till April 28
Admitted now: 60
Orthopedic Surgeon few,
General Physician few,
Emergency Doctor few
Not neededAll kind of
Free, provided by government
AvailableWe accept if provided
IV fluid, syringes, Anesthesia, Emergency medicine
Doctors: 80
Nurses: 125
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4/29/2015 2:57:30Everest Nursing Home
Newbaneshwor, Kathmandu
PRIVATE HOSPITAL
Jamuna Achhame, Staff Nurse
00977-9842431457
No patient admitted, However during the day of earthquake and after the day of earthquake total 250 patients visited
No need for now needed
Extra Emergency drugs needed
Bed: 100
Physician: 5
Damage in ICU and Emergency room
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4/29/2015 6:27:26asasdPRIVATE HOSPITALasdasdasdaasdsadas
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4/29/2015 13:44:51
B&B Hospital Pvt. Ltd
(Banskota and Baidya Hospital)
PO Box 2481
Gwarko, Lalitpur
Nepal


PRIVATE HOSPITAL
Anil Banskota

Advisor to the hospital
Anilbans@gmail.com

98010463607
4018544
500 sprawled all over our compound
Massive traumas
Many amputees
Any basic form of saline
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4/29/2015 18:07:19
Bhaktapur cancer hospital is 110 beded hospital with the facility of surgery ,medicall, radiation, Anesthesia with 6 bed ICU,pathology and radiology etc.all types of complex cancer and trauma surgery can be done here.
Bhaktapur cancer hospital
Bhaktapur, Nepal
OTHER HOSPITAL
Dr Prakash Raj Neupane
Medical Director
prneupane@gmail.com
977-16618003
977-9851025988
We are in team of bhaktapur earthquake disasters relief centre.
thoracic surgeon -1Physiotherapist -1
We have blood bank within compound
No needNo need
C- arm 1
anesthesia machine 1
USG machine 1
fluid warmer -1
No needNo need
Surgical 40
medical 30
ICU 6
ER 4
day care 15
palliative 15
Surgeon 4
Orthopaedic 2
gynae 3
ENT 2
neuro 1
anesthesia 3
physician 4
radiation oncology 5
pathology 3
radiology 2
medical officer 10
Nerves 72
lab tech 10
radiographer 10
Biomedical 3
orderlies 30
administration 8
major OR 3
One builiding with palliative ward ,ER and radiology facilities has beencompletely damaged..no more in use.
some equipments also damaged
Accessing by two major highways and not blocked.
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4/29/2015 18:10:37
National Academy of Medical sciences Bir Hospital Trauma center
This trauma center is recently handed over but it was still incomplete because though there are 5 OTs 14 Beded ICU and 10 Post operatives bed,non of these were in functional state. There is no OT Lamps and anaesthetic machine, ventilators and inadequate number of monitors. Similarly staffs of Bir Hospital are reluctant inter inside the Bir Hospital because of cracks in the wall.
This Bir hospital Trauma center has
200 bed trauma beds
28 bed Emergency with emergency OT
5 major OTs
10 bedded post operative ward
12 bedded trauma ICU
150 beds for the wards
TEACHING HOSPITAL
Dr Ganesh Bahadur Gurung
Vice Chancellor of National Academy of Medical Sciences Bir Hospital and overall incharge of the trauma center
grgganeshb@gmail.com
#977 9851044808
160 patiets admitted
35 patient major operation
12 patiet in ICU
10 patients in postoperative room
25 patients ate in Emergency
Still more patients are comming from helicopters
Actually No need for the human resources at the moment because we are ulitising the local resources which are adequate to this hodpital
mentioned above
Nepal red cross had adequate supply till now
List of drugs needed are of mainly ICU patients and higher antibiotics
Normal saline 1000 litres
Ringer lactate 1000litres
Plasma expander 100litres
IV set 1000 sets
IV cannula 16-21G 1000 sets
Infusion pump 400 sets
Syringe pump 400pc
Central venous catheter system (Triple lumen) 200 pc
Suctions catheters 1000 -c
1. Ventilator’s 4
2. Anaesthesia machine 2
3. Patient’s Monitors 14
4. Cautery machine 6
5. Manual suction (portable)5
6. Portable ultrasound 2
7. Mobile OT lamps 2
8. Tracheostomy sets 10
9. Portable pulse oxymetry 20
10. Laryngoscope with different size blade 5
11. Flexible intubating bronchoscope 2
12. Horizontal sterilizer (large size) 2
13. Pneumatic power drill 5
1. Disposable gaons sterile with caps and masks 1000
2. Disposable draping sets 500
3. Disposable dressing sets 1000
4. Disposable CVP sets 100
6. Patients pajama 1000
7. Patients shirt1000
8. Blanket for the patients1000
1. IM nail (for femur) size 9-11X 34-42 500
2. IM nail (for tibia) size 7-11X 28-40 500
3. Plates: Dynamic /reconstruction (Broad, narrow and small) 500 each
4. Screws (cortical and cancellous)
5. Drill bits(2.5-4.5)
6. Tapings
7. External fixators 100 sets of different sizes and types
9. Flexible cystourethroscope set with camera /monitor and light source 1
This is completely trauma hospital
Orhopedics 10
Surgeon 15
Physician 20
ENT surgeon 5
Anaesthesiaologist 10
Radiologist 6
160 Nurses
50 parmedics
6not knownHigher antibiotic
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4/30/2015 0:11:40Kirtipur Hospital
Kirtipur Municipality, Kathmandu
TEACHING HOSPITAL
Dr Ganesh Dangal/Dr Shankar Man Rai (Director, Kirtipur Hospital)
shankarrai1956@gmail.com
Phone- +977 9841295062
26 Major Ortho Trauma, 1 major burn(Scalding)
Orthopedic Surgeon-1
2 Anesthesists coming from US
2 Nurses coming from US
About 60 litres
Americares is bringing supplies
Americares is bringing supplies
Orthopedic sets=6, Implants of various types and sizes, drills, portable theatre light-2, oxygen concentrators-6, electrocautery machine-4,
Tournequette-4, Autoclaves-2, washing machines-2, dryer-2
Americares is bringing general supplies
Water Purifying system-1
Generator 40 KVa-1
ICU-10,
General Beds-100
General Surgeons- 2
OB/GYn- 3
Orhtopedic surgeons-2
Plastic Surgeons- 4 ( +3 residents)
Anesthesiologists- 3
Generalist-1
Pediatrician-1
Internist-1
Maxillofacial Surgeons-2
Radiologist-1
Medical Officers-7
Dentists- 3
Nurses- 40
Hospital Assistants(Oderlies)-25
Pharmacists- 4, Radiographers-3, Lab Techs-5
Reception Desk-4
Admin/Finance- 5
Physiotherapist-2
Drivers-3
4Americares is bringingNone
-No road blocks. It is near the Tribhuwan University Campus
-Has a Helipad for patient transfer near the hospital
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4/30/2015 8:51:00
HAMS (Hospital for Advanced Medicine & Surgery)
Buddhanagar, Kathmandu, Nepal
PRIVATE HOSPITAL
Dr. Jeewan Pandey, Medical Officer, HAMS
dziiwen@gmail.com

9779841589297
01 6635075
We are conducting free health camps at various places at the outskirts of Kathmandu. Yesterday we went to Sakhu north of KTM ...we treated around 200 patients during our 5-6hrs of stay at Dhunla Tole...on average there are 50 to 100 cases of minor injuries.

Today we went to Bungmati, Lalitpur where we conducted similar kind of free health camp. Besided providing free medications..we also provided food like biscuits, noodles, beaten rice for free to the affected people. We saw nearly 50 minor injuries and around 5 to 10 seriously affected patients and managed accordingly.
We mostly need orthopedicians and primary care physicians including paramedics along with non medical human and physical resources.
Besides doctors we need few nurses, non medical human resources and trained personnels with equipment necessary during disaster relief and management.
cant tell this at this time
antibiotics like
Tab ampicillin/cloxacillin 1000 doses at 500mg to 1000mg
amoxicillin 1000 doses at 500mg
ciprofloxacin 100 doses at 500mg
metronidazole 1000 doses at 400mg
paracetamol 1000 doses at 500mg
diclofenac 1000 doses at 100mg and 50mg
syp. paracetamol 100 doses at 250mg
amoxicillin 100 doses at 250mg
ORS 2000 packets
BETADINE/POVIDINE 100 bottles
Tetanus toxoid injection 250 doses at 0.5mg
disposable syringes 3ml, 5ml 10ml 1000doses
Albendazole tablets 1000 doses at 400mg
PPI like Pantoprazole 1500 doses at 40mg
ointment like Mupirocin 100 doses
eye drops like cipro eye drops 100 doses
local anaesthetics like lidocaine 100 doses
sutures like prolene/ethicone/silk 100 doses
bandages 100 doses
gauze pieces sterilised 1000 doses
anti histamines like cetrizine 100 doses at 5 and 10mg
anti inflammatory like seratopeptidase 50 doses at 10mg
ointment like diclofenac gel 50 doses
mask 1000
gloves 500


NS normal saline 200 litres
DNS 100 litres
5% D 100 litres
suture sets
otoscope'
tongue depressor
forceps artery
scissors
blades
intubation sets
suction tubes/machines
Ng tubes
catheters
fuel like diesel/petrol for transportation 10 to 30 litres per day
safe drinking water 100KL
TENTS
sanitary pads
mattress/blankets
dry food like noodles/biscuits/rice/pulses/
mosquito nets


few rooms have crack holes and the ceiling and floors have been out of the places.
Our hospital is easily accessible. But various places have been blocked at the places where we conducted health camps.
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5/2/2015 21:12:24
Icu, Tribhuvan university teaching hospital (TUTH) ,maharajgunj ,kathmandu, nepal
tribhuvan university teaching hospital (tuth), maharajgunj,kathmandu, nepal
TEACHING HOSPITAL
Dr shradha chitrakar drshradhachitrakar@gmail.com
009779818482867, +97714412505
400+ with constant disposal
All blood groups as much as possible
imipenem 500mg 500
Ceftriaxone 500mg 500
Midazolam 2mg 500
Morphine 2mg 500
Fentanyl 100mcg 500
Ors
Tramadol
All aids will be helpful
Ns
Rl
Wfi
1/2 ns
500+
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5/3/2015 2:52:42District Hospital
Gulmi
Tamghas, GulmiDISTRICT HOSPITAL
Dr. Deepa Shrestha
Acting Medical Superintendent
deepashres@yahoo.comno fatalities
minor trauma: 15
Normal Saline: 100accessible by road
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