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MORBI

STATION INFO

Address: Anant Nagar, Morbi, Gujarat 363641, India

Station Code: MVI)MORB

Station Name: MVI)MORBI

Zone: WR/Western

Total Unique Trains: 18

Train Frequency Weekly: 89

Station Traffic: Medium

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TrainTrain NameArrDepHaltDaysClasses
Arrival
79441WKR MVI DMU07:55Des--M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
79454RJT WKR DEMU09:1010:2515M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
22952BANDRA T EXP09:2209:275TH2A,3A,SL,GN
79443WKR MVI DMU10:20Des--M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
22951GANDHIDHAM EXP12:0112:032TH2A,3A,SL,GN
79453WKR MVI DMU12:55Des--M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
79450MALB MVI DMU13:45Des--M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
15667KAMAKHYA EXPRESS16:2816:335SA2A,3A,SL,GN
79445WKR RJT DEMU17:2018:0040M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
79447WKR MVI DMU20:05Des--M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
79451WKR MVI DMU22:55Des--M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
15668KYQ GIMB EXPRESS23:0623:115W2A,3A,SL,GN
TrainTrain NameArrDepHaltDaysClasses
Departure
79442MVI WKR DMUSrc08:10--M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
79444MVI WKR DMUSrc13:05--M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
79446MVI WKR DMUSrc17:30--M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
79448MVI WKR DMUSrc20:20--M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
79452MVI WKR DMUSrc06:00--M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
79449MVI MALB DMUSrc10:30--M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED



RECENT NEWS

1
No.147/2020-2115-06-2020
Chennai
Winning battles in the COVID War–Some of the success stories of Railway Hospital, Perambur:


Much has been said about COVID-19 and its wildfire spread. And much more about those who succumb due to pre existing conditions or co-morbidities. But through the info storm raging all around, o­ne hospital has been silently doing its best to treat the patients who have entered its portals and seeing remarkable success. Railway Hospital Perambur, through its committed, team based approach, has seen several patients, some of whom had complex, much demonised ‘co-morbid’ conditions, come back from death’s door. As o­n this date a total of 135 COVID patients have received active treatment at the Perambur hospital and walked out winning the battle against the novel coronavirus.

Railway hospital is not a scheduled COVID Care hospital. “When our patients came for other ailments and were found COVID positive during investigation, we had to make a choice. Provide them COVID care or refer them elsewhere. We decided to go ahead and address their COVID symptoms along with treatment for their ailments” says Dr. Nirmala Devi, Medical Director of the Railway Hospital Perambur. “We had to quickly upscale our resources and begin treating our patients for COVID 19 too” she says.

For instance, Saroja* ,an 80 year old, a diabetic, who came with fever, breathlessness, cough and altered sensorium and was also found to be COVID 19 positive. Patient was treated with High Flow Nasal Oxygen Therapy along with other measures. She was cured of both. ’It felt like a personal achievement for every o­ne of us’ says Dr. Kalanidhi, the nodal physician.   

Or for that matter, Seetha, a known diabetic, who had rhythm disturbances with heart rate of 32- 35/min and fever. She had been scheduled for insertion of pacemaker and was routinely screened for COVID -19 before the process. She was found positive and was given medical management with Oxygen with other necessary drugs. The patient’s heart rate has stabilised, she is cured of COVID after hospital care and discharged. “The doctors explained to us the situation so well that we were convinced we were in good hands” says a relieved family member.

Madhavi, 50 yrs of age, known patient of severe Interstitial Lung Disease, DM (Diabetes Mellitus), HTN (hypertension), DLP (Dyslipidimea), RA (Rheumatoid arthritis) presented with chest pain, myalgia, extreme breathing difficulty and fever, saturation rate of 44% and COVID positive. Inspite of  the severely affected lung condition, Non invasive Ventilation & high flow oxygen helped in her cure and discharge to Institutional quarantine.

“We started an extensive awareness programme among railway employees from day o­ne. So we had a lot of patients turning up for treatment”. says Dr. Sinha Roy, pulmonologist and treatment lead of the team. Known for his skill and good bedside manners, his professionalism invariably convinces the patients and family to cooperate in the treatment. ‘Dr. Roy called us at midnight to arrange change of ward. Such was his commitment’ says a family member of Mallan, a patient with DM/HTN/CAD (Coronary artery disease) who came with fever, breathing difficulty and low saturation of 78%.  With Oxygen supply and, High Flow Nasal Oxygen, he soon rallied around and was discharged, much to the joy of his daughter, a nurse herself.

It is the team approach that has made the difference. Led initially by Dr. Nanda, then Principal Chief Medical Director, every o­ne in the team was o­n boarded with individual responsibilities and all have pooled in irrespective of their seniority or specialisation. “We all do night duties and ward duties whether we are from ENT or pathology, HOD or junior doctor. says Dr Mussarrat, from the same hospital.

The decision to treat COVID patients led to sudden up scaling of facilities with attendant administrative issues, like getting additional manpower, equipment, maintaining cleanliness, giving nutritious food to patients and getting repairs done for the hospital, etc. The hospital got excellent support from other railway departments, like personnel, finance, stores and civil and electrical engineering wings etc. All worked together like a well oiled machine. This was possible because of the support from the top management. “The procurement that used to take months earlier now got done in days taking cognisance of the gravity of the situation” says the medical Director.

The comprehensive care given by the Railway Hospital, makes patients choose treatment here even for COVID 19. Like Santhanalakshmi, a 50 year old with uncontrolled DM & Hypertension, presented with fever, cough, and breathlessness with low saturation level. She was successfully treated with multi pronged care including O2 therapy and aggressive glycaemic control.

Almost all these patients had co-morbid conditions, sometimes even severely so. But what made the difference was that the patients’ complete cooperation possibly because of the confidence generated by the team. “We were personally explained regarding the treatment and given good attention” says the son of a discharged patient.

It has not been a bed of roses all the way, especially when some patients don’t pull through. It was especially difficult for the team, when two of their young and dedicated nursing supervisors got infected. Employed as Nursing Superintendents, they came into contact with COVID positive patients while working in ICU managing seriously ill COVID patients disregarding their own safety. Both needed oxygen therapy and symptomatic treatment. Happily for the team, both could be discharged fully cured.

There have been critics, who, unaware of the efforts taken by the team, would constantly give adverse reports, often factually incorrect, among the employees, and sometimes even misleading the media. But these don’t deter the team. “We are a close knit, multi disciplinary hospital giving comprehensive care. Whatever isolated wards available in the hospital, are now earmarked for treating COVID-19 patients. Vacant railway quarters nearby have been taken up for institutional quarantine facility. Even the doctors and other support personnel are allotted vacant quarters as quarantine accommodation. “These have very sparse facilities but no o­ne is complaining.” says Dr. Murthy, who is handling administration.

Railways has been much applauded for its Shramik specials for guest workers, Parcel expresses ferrying essential goods etc. But the silent battle valiantly fought by these medical warriors, and the success they have achieved is no less valuable in this war against the Pandemic. It is events like these that build hopes in the hearts of those who dread the disease.

(* Names of the patients changed for protection of privacy)

           



(B.Guganesan)
Chief Public Relations Officer




2
Press Release No. 115 Dt: 29.05.202001-06-2020
Press Release No. 115 Dt: 29.05.2020, Appeal from Ministry of Railways to passengers

प्रेस विज्ञप्तिPress Release No. 115 Dt: 29.05.2020

Appeal from Ministry of Railways to passengers


Indian Railways has been running Shramik special Trains o­n a daily basis throughout the country to ensure that migrants can travel back to their homes. It has been observed that some people who are availing this service have pre-existing medical conditions which aggravates the risk they face during the COVID-19 pandemic. A few unfortunate cases of deaths related to pre-existing medical conditions while travelling have happened.

​In order to protect the vulnerable persons from COVID-19, in line with Ministry of Home Affairs, Order No 40-3/2020-DM-I(A) dated 17.05.2020, Ministry of Railways makes an appeal that persons with co-morbidities (for example - hypertension, diabetes, cardio-vascular diseases, cancer, immune deficiency conditions), pregnant women, children below the age of 10 years and persons above 65 years of age may avoid travel by rail, except when it is essential.

​Indian Railway parivaar is working 24X7 to ensure that rail services are provided to all the citizens of the country needing to travel. But safety of our passengers is our biggest concern. So, we seek the cooperation of all citizens in this matter. In case of any distress or emergency please do not hesitate to reach out to your railway parivaar and we will help you as always (Helpline number - 139 & 138)

It may be noted that South Western Railway has run 169 Shramik Special trains so far facilitating 2,42,094 passengers to reach their home.

                                                                                  Chief Public Relations Officer

                                                                               South Western Railway, Hubballi















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