Four oxygen systems are built in Jhansi. – Oxygen systems are being built in four nursing homes in Jhansi

Jhansi Due to the oxygen shortage in the Corona era, preparations have started to plant in nursing homes. Four nursing homes have also applied for it. In these hospitals, oxygen gas is produced from the air.
The second corona wave caused famine across the country. There was a huge amount of oxygen in Jhansi and there was an argument. However, the situation now appears to be under control due to the government’s keen efforts. To ensure sufficient availability of oxygen, many large systems are being built across the country, while oxygen systems are also being put into operation in nursing homes. Four Jhansi nursing homes have also registered for this. Oxygen separators will be installed in these nursing homes. These separators generate oxygen from the air. The air is protected from the atmosphere in a tank. Because the atmosphere contains both oxygen and nitrogen gases, oxygen is separated from them. Then this oxygen is used by the hospitalized patients.
100 bottles of gas can be produced daily
The oxygen separator can produce up to 100 bottles of oxygen gas per day. A hospital in Jhansi currently needs 50, around 100 or 150 bottles of oxygen. In such a situation, many hospitals do not need to take in external oxygen, so many of the needs are met by the facility itself.
Five ventilators, enough for an intensive care unit with 30 beds
Five ventilators and an intensive care unit with 30 beds can be operated comfortably as soon as the oxygen systems are installed in nursing homes. Currently this is the standard for intensive care beds and ventilators in private hospitals in Jhansi. In such a situation, the plants will prove to be very effective.
Three to four nursing homes have applied to build oxygen systems. In some nursing homes, plants are also likely to start within 10 to 15 days. – Sudhir Srivastava, Deputy Commissioner Industries.

Jhansi Due to the oxygen shortage in the Corona era, preparations have started to plant in nursing homes. Four nursing homes have also applied for it. In these hospitals, oxygen gas is produced from the air.

The second corona wave caused famine across the country. There was a huge amount of oxygen in Jhansi and there was an argument. However, the situation now appears to be controlled by the government’s swift efforts. Many large systems are being built across the country to ensure sufficient oxygen availability, while oxygen systems are also being put into operation in nursing homes. Four Jhansi nursing homes have also registered for this. Oxygen separators will be installed in these nursing homes. These separators generate oxygen from the air. The air is protected from the atmosphere in a tank. Because the atmosphere contains both oxygen and nitrogen gases, oxygen is separated from them. Then this oxygen is used by the hospitalized patients.

100 bottles of gas can be produced daily

The oxygen separator can produce up to 100 bottles of oxygen gas per day. A hospital in Jhansi currently needs 50, around 100 or 150 bottles of oxygen. In such a situation, many hospitals do not need to take in external oxygen, so many of the needs are met by the facility itself.

Five ventilators, enough for an intensive care unit with 30 beds

Five ventilators and an intensive care unit with 30 beds can be operated comfortably as soon as the oxygen systems are installed in nursing homes. Currently this is the standard for intensive care beds and ventilators in private hospitals in Jhansi. In such a situation, the system will prove to be very effective.

Three to four nursing homes have applied to build oxygen systems. Also, in some nursing homes, plants are likely to start within 10 to 15 days. – Sudhir Srivastava, Deputy Commissioner Industries.

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