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To commemorate the beginning anniversary of the previous MLA, late Chandrashekar Patil Revoor on January 26, the Chandrasekhar Patil Revoor Basis has introduced the launch of a free dialysis centre in Kalaburagi.
President of the muse Appu Kanaki and member Dayaghan Dharwadkar, addressing presspersons right here on Sunday, mentioned that it will be a first-of-its-kind standalone dialysis centre within the area to be completely paperless.
The centre would act as a serious assist for the dialysis sufferers within the area who journey miles for remedy.
The late chief will all the time be remembered as a visionary man who was all the time open to new concepts and served the folks of the area, Mr. Dharwadkar mentioned.
Sharan Malkhedkar, facility director of the dialysis centre, mentioned that the centre would have 5 dialysis machines, with a well-equipped facility, and a 12-member workforce comprising a nephrologist, a resident physician, dialysis technicians and a nurse. The muse might be providing dialysis providers free for all sufferers, whereas ₹ 500 might be charged for consumables, he added. A affected person normally requires two dialysis classes every week with every session lasting as much as 4 hours.
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