Now only 15% demand in Jhansi – 15% demand for drugs left, 80 tons of oxygen, 2400 remdesivir full

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15 percent medication requirement, 80 tons of oxygen, 2400 remdesivir glow
Amar Ujala office
Jhansi. Due to the declining corona cases, more material is now available in the district to combat the epidemic. Now the demand for medicines, masks and disinfectants in Jhansi has fallen by 80 percent to only around 15 lakhs. Apart from that, the availability of oxygen is 80 MT, which is 100 percent of the capacity. At the same time, there are currently around 2,400 remdesivir injections, due to which there was an outcry during the corona peak.
In April, the second wave of the corona epidemic occurred in Jhansi. Over time, chaos became too. Due to the shortage of beds in the hospitals in the district, there was a serious lack of oxygen. Thanks to the swift efforts of the federal and state governments, however, this problem was largely resolved in four to five days. The biggest uproar was the injection of remdesivir. Enormous black marketing and fake offers broke the public’s backbone. The main reason for this was the lax attitude of the district officials. The failure was so great that for a long time no action was taken against those who gave fake injections. Amar Ujala raised the issue prominently until the echo reached the government. After the order came from there, action was taken immediately. But now the demand for this injection has also decreased. The situation is that 15-20 injections are consumed per day and there are currently 2400 injections available. At the same time, 80 tons of oxygen are also available. There is now a requirement of six tons per day. At the same time, during the height of Coronavirus, the coronavirus-related kits business, including medicines, masks, disinfectants, and pulse oximeters, had hit two million rupees in Jhansi, down from 25 lakh.
Such a drop in these drugs
Drug demand decreased
Paracetamol 90 percent
Antibiotic 90 percent
Steroids 95 percent
Mask 75 percent
Disinfectant 80 percent
Unoccupied until ventilation beds, floor one in the medical college closed
Due to the declining corona cases, even the beds in state hospitals are now empty. The first floor of the medical college is now closed. Not a single patient is admitted here. At the same time, 30 out of 60 ventilation beds are free. A total of 100 out of 250 patients are admitted to the Kovid Hospital. Apart from that, only two to four corona patients are admitted to the district hospital.
The availability of oxygen in the district is 80 tons, while the consumption of only six tons per day remains. Now there will be no lack of oxygen in Jhansi. In addition, 2400 remdesivir injections are available. At the same time, the demand is only 15-20. Umesh Bharti, drug inspector.
The demand for drugs, masks, disinfectants and pulse oximeters has dropped dramatically. When Corona peaked, drugs and equipment related to corona kits sold up to two million rupees, now it’s only around 25 lakhs. Nitin Modi, Secretary of the District Chemists’ Association.

15 percent medication requirement, 80 tons of oxygen, 2400 remdesivir glow

Amar Ujala office

Jhansi. Due to the declining corona cases, more material is now available in the district to combat the epidemic. Now the demand for medicines, masks and disinfectants in Jhansi has fallen by 80 percent to only around 15 lakhs. Apart from that, the availability of oxygen is 80 MT, which is 100 percent of the capacity. At the same time, there are currently around 2,400 remdesivir injections, due to which there was an outcry during the corona peak.

The second wave of the corona epidemic in Jhansi came in April. Over time, chaos became too. Due to the shortage of beds in the hospitals in the district, there was a serious lack of oxygen. Thanks to the swift efforts of the federal and state governments, however, this problem was largely resolved in four to five days. The biggest uproar was the injection of remdesivir. Enormous black marketing and fake offers broke the public’s backbone. The main reason for this was the lax attitude of the district officials. The failure was so great that for a long time no action was taken against those who gave fake injections. Amar Ujala raised the issue prominently until the echo reached the government. After the order came from there, action was taken immediately. But now the demand for this injection has also decreased. The situation is that 15-20 injections are consumed per day and there are currently 2400 injections available. At the same time, 80 tons of oxygen are also available. There is now a requirement of six tons per day. At the same time, during the height of Coronavirus, the coronavirus-related kits business, including medicines, masks, disinfectants, and pulse oximeters, had hit two million rupees in Jhansi, down from 25 lakh.

Such a drop in these drugs

Drug demand decreased

Paracetamol 90 percent

Antibiotic 90 percent

Steroids 95 percent

Mask 75 percent

Disinfectant 80 percent

Unoccupied until ventilation beds, floor one in the medical college closed

Due to the declining corona cases, even the beds in state hospitals are now empty. The first floor of the medical college is now closed. Not a single patient is admitted here. At the same time, 30 out of 60 ventilation beds are free. A total of 100 out of 250 patients are admitted to the Kovid Hospital. Apart from that, only two to four corona patients are admitted to the district hospital.

The availability of oxygen in the district is 80 tons, while the consumption of only six tons per day remains. Now there will be no lack of oxygen in Jhansi. In addition, 2400 remdesivir injections are available. At the same time, the demand is only 15-20. Umesh Bharti, drug inspector.

The demand for drugs, masks, disinfectants and pulse oximeters has dropped dramatically. When Corona peaked, drugs and equipment related to corona kits sold up to two million rupees, now it’s only around 25 lakhs. Nitin Modi, Secretary of the District Chemists’ Association.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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