Breathing crisis at high speed from Corona – The breathing speed increases with Corona

Moradabad The respiratory crisis also increases with the increasing rate of corona infection. Beds are scarce in hospitals. There is a disaster for oxygen. People wander around in refill centers with oxygen bottles raised. Private hospitals also complain of a lack of oxygen. At the same time, oxygen gas leaked from a city refill center on Saturday afternoon. Emergency supplies also had to be used. Eight tons of gas were flown in another center in an emergency. However, drug officials said they had oxygenated all centers in the evenings.
The number of corona infected patients in the district has increased rapidly. As of April 22, there were 486 positive cases and a total of 4707 active cases. Record-breaking cases were reported on Friday 1,752, and the number of positive cases reached 6135. The number reached 6485 on Saturday. In such a situation, the beds of the Kovid hospitals are also continuously being filled. Most of the beds in the intensive care unit are full. At the same time, most patients complain of low oxygen levels. On Friday, 519 patients received oxygen and 41 received a ventilator.
In such a situation, the need for oxygen has increased four to five times. In view of this, the administration has only directed medical care to the oxygen suppliers. VK Singh, the knot officer at Kovid Hospital TMU, said the demand for oxygen increased as the number of patients increased. A two day backup of two units supplying oxygen to the district hospitals is also used. In the city unit on Saturday, the oxygen ran out in the afternoon. Oxygen is also sent to hospitals in the Fazalpur Laikri unit from the backup quota. When the delivery could not be completed, eight tons of oxygen were sent by the Kalinga company, which supplies at the state level. According to Amit Modi, the director of the Kalinga unit, his unit is making supplies to many counties in the state according to the quota set by the state government. A unit in the city received eight tons of oxygen.
People who move on cylinders on bicycles
Hospitals don’t have beds. Forced workers make arrangements to provide oxygen to the infected patient at home. By buying bottles they refill oxygen, but once the oxygen is depleted they revolve around refilling units on bikes and scooters.
The oxygen consumption rises continuously as the number of patients increases. There should be 40 tons of oxygen in the district for two days, but it is not possible for cylinders to be refilled and sent to hospitals after units of oxygen tankers have arrived. One unit ran out of oxygen on Saturday. The unit had filled cylinders for emergencies that were being sent to hospitals. In the evenings, however, an oxygen supply was made available in both units. The district receives around 21 tons of oxygen while the need is 25 tons. The units are delivered by returning the quota. He said the department had not issued instructions to facility operators to stop or not supply oxygen to a private private hospital. Mukesh Jain, drug inspector

Moradabad The respiratory crisis also increases with the increasing rate of corona infection. Beds are scarce in hospitals. There is a disaster for oxygen. People wander around in refill centers with oxygen bottles raised. Private hospitals also complain of a lack of oxygen. At the same time, oxygen gas leaked from a city refill center on Saturday afternoon. Emergency supplies also had to be used. Eight tons of gas were flown in another center in an emergency. However, drug officials said they had oxygenated all centers that night.

The number of corona infected patients in the district has increased rapidly. As of April 22, there were 486 positive cases and a total of 4707 active cases. Record-breaking cases were reported on Friday, 1752, and the number of positive cases reached 6135. The number reached 6485 on Saturday. In such a situation, the beds of the Kovid hospitals are also continuously being filled. Most of the beds in the intensive care unit are full. At the same time, most patients complain of low oxygen levels. On Friday, 519 patients received oxygen and 41 received a ventilator.

In such a situation, the need for oxygen has increased four to five times. In view of this, the administration has only directed medical care to the oxygen suppliers. VK Singh, the knot officer at Kovid Hospital TMU, said the demand for oxygen increased as the number of patients increased. A two day backup of two units supplying oxygen to the district hospitals is also used. In the city unit on Saturday, the oxygen ran out in the afternoon. Oxygen is also sent to hospitals in the Fazalpur Laikri unit from the backup quota. When the delivery could not be completed, eight tons of oxygen were sent by the Kalinga company, which supplies at the state level. According to Amit Modi, director of the Kalinga unit, his unit is making supplies to many counties in the state according to the quota set by the state government. A unit in the city received eight tons of oxygen.

People who move on cylinders on bicycles

Hospitals don’t have beds. Forced workers make arrangements to provide oxygen to the infected patient at home. By buying bottles they refill oxygen, but once the oxygen is depleted they revolve around refilling units on bikes and scooters.

The oxygen consumption rises continuously as the number of patients increases. There should be 40 tons of oxygen in the district for two days, but it is not possible for cylinders to be refilled and sent to hospitals after units of oxygen tankers have arrived. One unit ran out of oxygen on Saturday. The unit had filled cylinders for emergencies that were being sent to hospitals. In the evenings, however, an oxygen supply was made available in both units. The district receives around 21 tons of oxygen while the need is 25 tons. The units are delivered by returning the quota. He said the department had not issued instructions to facility operators to stop or not supply oxygen to a private private hospital. Mukesh Jain, drug inspector

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