Maisha Care Limited

Covid-19 Patient Home Care BD  

            Maisha Care LTD provide covid-19 patient care at Home

How do you get a nurse for a patient with Covid-19? । Covid-19 patient ​home Care BD.

The skilled team of Maisha Care Limited is always active with Covid-19 Patient Care at Home service. We have the skill and trained Patient Care Attendants and Diploma / B.Sc. Nurses who will provide 8/12/24 hours of service at the patient home in the hospital. We send two types of nurses to serve patients with Covid-19 patients.
 1) Diploma and B.Sc. Nurse/ Brother
 2) Trained that means Patient Care Attendant.(Short meaning called PCA)
 3) paramedical course
Diploma and B.Sc. Nurse: - Diploma and B.Sc. nurse/Brother means those with an academic certificate. Diploma and B.Sc. nurses/ Brothers is salary a little more. There are two types of nurses: 1. Senior Staff Nurse and 2. Junior Staff Nurse. In this case, the fee is a little more or less.
PCA -  PCA mean those with no academic certificates. A nurse does, and a PCA ( means Patient Care Attendant) does. 
Paramedical Course : such as nursing, radiography, emergency first aid, physiotherapy etc are called as paramedical courses. These can also be termed as emergency or pre-hospital services. Get paramedical course caregivers from Maisha Care Ltd. for patients at your home or hospital.
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Emergency measures by the Maisha Care LTD to prevent the spread of coronavirus.     

1)      Doctor Home Visit

2)      Nursing  home care (COVID/Non-COVID Patient) 

3)      Patient care Attendant (PCA)  home Service

4)     Oxygen  Support 

5)      COVID  Sample Collection Home Service

6)      Ambulance Service

7)     Medical Equipment & Surgical Items Home Service  

Infected with COVID-19, do patients need a nurse at home? 

The skilled team of Maisha Care Limited is always active with Covid-19 Patient Home Care BD. We provide services to your parents, relatives or acquaintances visiting the homes of Covid patients. We have skilled and trained Patient Care Attendants and Diploma / B.Sc Nurses who will provide 8/12/24 hours of service at the patient home in the hospital.

Emergency measures and measures are taken by the authorities to prevent the spread of coronavirus.

Since no vaccine for coronavirus disease 2019 is likely to be available before 2021, one of the keys to controlling the global pandemic is to reduce the epidemic (the maximum number of infections per day), dubbed the "epidemic curve levelling". Therefore various measures are taken to reduce the rate of new infections. Reducing the rate of viral infections can reduce the risk of over-stress on the capacity of healthcare providers, ensure better health care for existing patients, and reduce or prevent deaths due to lack of quality healthcare. In addition, for a long time before the invention of vaccines or therapeutic drugs.     One of the ways to prevent Covid-19 is to stay indoors and maintain physical distance to keep yourself and your family safe. Despite the request of the Bangladesh government to comply with it, many do not spontaneously comply. In addition to levelling the curve another effort is required in parallel,  "straight line lifting". That means increasing the capacity of the healthcare system. These include increasing the number of medical equipment and trained health workers, providing outpatient care and Covid-19 Patient Home Care BD, and providing health education to the public.  Covid-19 Patient Home Care BD

The global pandemic of Covid-19। Covid-19 patient ​home Care BD. 

The global epidemic of Covid-19 refers to the ongoing outbreak and rapid spread of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (Covid-19) worldwide. The disease an caused by a specialist virus called coronavirus 2 (SARS-Cavid-2 virus), which causes severe acute respiratory symptoms.  The Chinese government imposed emergency blockades on Wuhan and other cities in Hubei Province, which surrounded  but failed to stop the spread of the disease, which quickly spread to other parts of China and later to the rest of the world. The World Health Organization recognized the disease as a global pandemic on March 11, 2020. [6] Multiple strains of the SARS-Cavi-2 virus have emerged and are prevalent in many countries around the world; Of these, alpha, beta and delta species are the most prevalent. As of October 26, 2021, more than 244.7 million people worldwide have been infected with the coronavirus disease, and about 49 million have died, making it one of the deadliest global epidemics in human history.   The symptoms of Coronavirus Disease 2019 vary from person to person. Some people do not experience any symptoms at all, while for some other people, they are severe. Older patients and those who suffer from one or more other long-term illnesses, regardless of age, are more likely to have a severe form of the disease. When a person infected with coronavirus 2019 coughs or sneezes, millions of tiny mucus particles thrown into the air begin to float the air. Virus particles can stream into the air. The virus can also be present on the surface materialistic for hours or days by sneezing or coughing on a particle table or any other surface area or by touching across the infected hand. Can enter the body, but such circulation is rare. People close to you are usually more likely to spread the virus, but there is a greater risk of spreading the virus farther than usual inside buildings or rooms and in areas with poor ventilation.  Covid-19 Patient Home Care BD