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Rajasthan Hospital to try Cow urine as Disinfectant

Rajasthan Hospital to try Cow urine as Disinfectant

As a pilot project, one of the biggest government run Hospital in Rajasthan, Jaipur’s Sawai Man Singh (SMS) Hospital shall experiment using cow urine as disinfectant. This pilot testing will go on for straight 15 days, to test the effectivity of cow urine as disinfectant

Speaking to  DNA, SMS hospital superintendent Dr Man Prakash Sharma said, “We have constituted a committee of three doctors which will test the effectiveness of the ‘gau mutra’ disinfectant.” The committee set up to evaluate the effect of Gau Clean will analyse its effectiveness in areas like the ICU, hospital floor and on medical equipment.

This comes as after the approval of State health minister, Rajendra Rathore to use cow urine. “I will put a team of doctors there to study for a month and we will then be able to establish how effective is the cow urine and if it really works or not,” said the minister had told media earlier, while inaugurating  the cow urine refinery at Jalore’s Pathmera during the month of May.

The hospital is in the process of identifying the areas where the new product will be tested. The administration has already received 50 bottles of ‘Gau Clean’ for the pilot project. If successful the product will not only be replicated in other hospitals but also at government offices and buildings.

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