Patients Died In Jaipur Golden Hospital Due To Lack Of Oxygen: Doctor SCL Gupta said that oxygen is very important for the treatment of covid patients. We have got 500 liters of oxygen. We need 8,000 liters of oxygen a day.
E Delhi: Cases of coronavirus are increasing in the national capital of the country, Delhi. In such a situation, there is a shortage of oxygen in the treatment of patients admitted in hospitals. Dr. DK Baluja of Jaipur Golden Hospital informed that last night 20 patients died due to lack of oxygen. We have only 1.5 hours of oxygen left. The lives of 200 people are in danger.
Emergency supply of oxygen at Batra Hospital
On the other hand, it is a matter of relief that within a few minutes of running out of oxygen in the Batra Hospital located in the Tughlaqabad Institutional Area of Delhi, the Delhi Government provided emergency supply of oxygen. Officials gave this information on Saturday.
There is only 1.5 hours of oxygen left
Sudhanshu Venkat, executive director of the hospital, said that the hospital had run out of oxygen at around nine in the morning. “Right now, we have an emergency supply of oxygen from the Delhi government,” he said. It will last for about an hour and a half. Our supplier is not answering the phone. ‘He further said that the hospital has about 350 patients, out of which 265 are suffering from corona virus and 30 patients are in ICU.
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An oxygen tanker arrived at the Batra Hospital and Medical Research Center in Delhi on Saturday. Dr. SCL Gupta, MD of Batra Hospital informed that we now have 1.5 hours of oxygen. Our hospital has 200 patients.
Doctor SCL Gupta further said that oxygen is very important for the treatment of Kovid patients. We have got 500 liters of oxygen. We need 8,000 liters of oxygen a day. What will we do if oxygen is not found.
Meanwhile, Saroj Hospital in Delhi said, “We are stopping the admission of patients due to lack of oxygen. We are discharging patients. ‘