Worker rescued from silkyara tunnel uttarkashi uttarakhand airlifted to @aiimsrishi on wednesday for health checkup 41 worker saved from colapse tunnel
After rescue, 41 workers trapped in Silkyara, Uttarkashi Tunnel were airlifted to the Trauma Center of AIIMS, Rishikesh on Wednesday. According to the expert doctors constituted to examine the workers, all the workers have been found healthy in the preliminary health test. Routine investigations are going on for his thorough examination, only after which further information regarding his health will be given.
It is noteworthy that the workers trapped due to landslide in the under construction tunnel in Silkyara, Uttarkashi were rescued and taken out safely last Tuesday evening. Who were brought to AIIMS Helipad by air at around 2 pm on Wednesday. Initial health checkup of all 41 workers was done in the OPD at the Trauma Center of AIIMS, in which all were found healthy. After this, the process of routine investigation like blood, ECG, X-ray etc. has been started and all the workers have been admitted to the ward.
Before this, AIIMS Executive Director Professor Dr. Meenu Singh, Deputy Director Administration Dr. Rajneesh Kumar Arora, Medical Superintendent Dr. R.B. Dr. Narendra Kumar and DMS Dr. Bharat Bhushan from Kalia Hospital Administration took stock of the special arrangements made by the institute in the Trauma Center for the health check-up and treatment of the workers.
State Urban Development Minister Premchand Aggarwal, Health Minister Dr. Dhan Singh Rawat, District Magistrate Dehradun Sonika etc. reached AIIMS and met the workers sent by the state government for detailed health check-up at AIIMS and inquired about their well-being.
On this occasion, Executive Director of the institute, Prof. Meenu Singh said that all the workers shifted to AIIMS are absolutely healthy, it is a matter of relief. He said that in the initial investigation of their health, the vital parameters of all the workers are fine. He does not have any kind of injury. Workers need rest. Along with this, an intensive investigation of his health is going on. He said that the mental health of almost all the workers has also been found to be fine in the investigation so far. There is a need for their monitoring, proper and balanced diet and hydration. Therefore, they have been advised to consume plenty of water and juice. According to Director AIIMS, the team of psychiatrists of the institute is also examining the mental health of all the workers and if necessary, cooperation will also be taken from NIMHANS, Bangalore for their better mental health.
On this occasion, Trauma Department Head Prof. Qamar Azam, Prof. Ravikant, Dr. Nidhi Kele, Dr. Mukesh Bairwa, trauma specialist Dr. Madhur Uniyal, Dr. Neeraj Kumar, senior administrative officer of the institute Sandeep Kumar Singh, administrative officer Gaurav Badola etc. were present.