Mathura: Woman breaks out of the emergency room – Mathura: Woman breaks out of the emergency room

Mathura. On Thursday, a woman living in Delhi died of a corona infection outside the emergency room at the district hospital campus. The woman has not been treated at any covid hospital in the district. Family members carried him around in an Advance Life Support (ALS) ambulance.
The Delhi-born woman has been living with Raya’s sister for some time. On Wednesday evening as the family deteriorated, the family first took the woman to the United District Hospital in Vrindavan, citing precaution and return. Family members rushed to several other hospitals with the Ramakrishna Mission, but the woman was unable to receive treatment.
Finally, on Thursday morning, family members took the woman to the county hospital. Family members have claimed that even after an hour, no doctor started treating the woman. The woman died outside the district hospital emergency room. The doctor who got into the ambulance said the woman’s oxygen level was 50 even after ventilating, which should be more than 95.
Our hospital does not have ventilators. If a woman is on ventilator, how could she be hospitalized and begin treatment? By the time the woman must have come here, the doctor sent at that point must have made this decision only after seeing the critical position.
– Dr. Amitabh Pandey, Executive CMS, Mathura District Hospital

Mathura. On Thursday, a woman living in Delhi died of a corona infection outside the emergency room at the district hospital campus. The woman has not been treated at any covid hospital in the district. Family members carried him around in an Advance Life Support (ALS) ambulance.

The Delhi-born woman has been living with Raya’s sister for some time. On Wednesday evening as the family deteriorated, the family first took the woman to the United District Hospital in Vrindavan, citing precaution and return. Family members rushed to several other hospitals with the Ramakrishna Mission, but the woman was unable to receive treatment.

Finally, the family took the woman to the county hospital on Thursday morning. Family members have claimed that even after an hour, no doctor started treating the woman. The woman died outside the district hospital emergency room. The doctor who got into the ambulance said the woman’s oxygen level was 50 even after ventilating, which should be more than 95.

Our hospital does not have ventilators. If a woman is on ventilator, how could she be hospitalized and begin treatment? By the time the woman must have come here, the doctor posted at that point must have made this decision only after seeing the critical position.

– Dr. Amitabh Pandey, Executive CMS, Mathura District Hospital

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