Dr.Sagheer for availability of doctors, paramedical staff at hospitals during Eid.
KARACHI, November 27, 2009 (Balochistan Times): Sindh Health Minister Dr. Sagheer Ahmed has directed the availability of doctors and paramedical par·a·med·i·cal
1. Of, relating to, or being a person trained to give emergency medical treatment or assist medical professionals.
2. staff during Eid-ul-Azha to provide medical facilities to indoor and outdoor patients without any undue delay. In a directive to EDOs (Health) and Medical Superintendents of health facilities, Dr. Sagheer Ahmed called for ensuring availability of all required medicines and said that duty roaster roaster
a young fowl for eating; weighs 5 to 7 lb at 6 months of age. for Eid-ul-Azha should be strictly followed for taking proper care of patients. The Minister warned that no carelessness in this regard would be tolerated and those absenting from duty during Eid days would be strictly dealt with. He directed EDOs and TMOs to ensure implementation of cleanliness and offal disposal plan effectively, in consultation with respective local bodies institutions to maintain sanitary conditions in their areas. Dr. Sagheer asked people to maintain cleanliness and dispose offals at designated points. He advised the people to avoid overeating overeating
eating too much food too quickly; leads to acute gastric dilatation in dogs and horses, acute carbohydrate engorgement in ruminants, dietetic (dietary) diarrhea in young calves and foals, abomasal tympany in bottle fed lambs and calves. of meat as it may lead to various diseases. He said Eid-ul-Azha reminds us to remain prepared for rendering any sacrifice to win the will of Allah and the occasion be celebrated with true spirit behind the philosophy of Sunnat-e-Ibrahimi
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