Expected heatstroke, arrangements made at Govt Services Hospital
KARACHI—Medical Superintendent (MS) of Sindh Government Services Hospital, Dr. Khalid Shaikh has said that to deal with the expected heat stroke, comprehensive arrangements have been made at the hospital.
He said that two wards have been established in the hospital having capacity of 40 beds while new ceiling fans have also been hanged.
MS Dr. Khalid Shaikh told that instructions, how to save themselves from severe heat waves, had been displayed on panaflex in the hospital too.
MS Sindh Government Services Hospital advised the people of Karachi not to go in the sun unnecessarily and if it was a must then keep water and wet towel with them.—INP