Mathrura: Two and a half hours in a sample from a patient with oxygen

Mathura. The Ministry of Health’s poor system has come to the fore. In the trauma center on the premises of the district hospital, people’s lives get into trouble due to the arbitrariness of the health workers. A patient with an oxygen mask in his mouth had to wait two and a half hours to get the corona checked. After asking health workers several times, when the patient’s condition began to deteriorate, health workers took samples of the corona.
Even after much effort by officials and public officials, the precautions of the district hospital are not improving. Recently a woman came to have the corona checked and passed out after waiting two hours. The last case is Monday. The patient who came here for a corona exam at the trauma center had to wait about two and a half hours to do his exam.
The patient’s oxygen cylinder was installed and the patient’s oxygen level increased and decreased repeatedly. The patient’s condition worsened due to the drop in oxygen levels. Even after pleading with health workers several times, he didn’t mind. Later, some people expressed anger at the patient’s condition, then his sample was taken from somewhere. CMS director of the district hospital Dr. Amitabh Pandey said he would try to gather information about it.

Mathura. The Ministry of Health’s poor system has come to the fore. In the trauma center on the premises of the district hospital, people’s lives get into trouble due to the arbitrariness of the health workers. A patient with an oxygen mask in his mouth had to wait two and a half hours to get the corona checked. After asking health workers several times, when the patient’s condition began to deteriorate, health workers took samples of the corona.

Even after much effort by officials and public officials, the precautions of the district hospital are not improving. Recently a woman came to have the corona checked and passed out after waiting two hours. The last case is Monday. The patient who came here for a corona exam at the trauma center had to wait about two and a half hours to do his exam.

The patient’s oxygen cylinder was installed and the patient’s oxygen level increased and decreased repeatedly. The patient’s condition worsened due to the drop in oxygen levels. Even after pleading with health workers several times, he didn’t mind. Later, some people expressed anger at the patient’s condition, then his sample was taken from somewhere. CMS director of the district hospital Dr. Amitabh Pandey said he would try to gather information about it.

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