Oxygen Bottle Crisis – Patients running out of oxygen at the county hospital face a crisis

Badaun The situation improved on Sunday after the Kashipur Oxygen Plant district in Uttarakhand supplied oxygen, which worsened again on Sunday. Another emergency has occurred with oxygen. In fact, Bareilly’s factory has stopped oxygen supply to Badaun. As a result, the officers’ hands and feet have swollen again. On Sunday, the administration of the medical school and the health department were busy with the administration organizing oxygen. Meanwhile, the district hospital ran out of oxygen.
The Government Medical College has 140 beds for corona infected patients. The number of infected patients admitted here has reached 80. Most of them are in critical condition. Not only that, 60 of the infected were supplied with oxygen. Due to the ever increasing consumption of oxygen, the medical school was lacking oxygen for many days. To keep the situation under control, oxygen bottles from CHC and PHC across the district were sent to the medical college three days in advance. In addition, 20 portable oxygen concentrator machines were made available to the Medical College.
On Saturday, after the medical school received 40 cylinders from the Bareilly plant and 60 cylinders from the Kashipur plant, the situation appeared to be under control. But once again the situation seems to be getting worse. The district hospital ran out of oxygen on Sunday. There were no deliveries from Bareilly either. In such a situation, the hospital administration has begun to raise hands on serious patients.
In fact, due to the closure of the Bareilly factory, the family received no supplies from here. 60 cylinders are expected to reach the Kashipur plant by late at night. Once again, the medical school has started using backup. Meanwhile, 20 bottles filled with oxygen were sent from the District Women’s Hospital to the Medical College on Sunday. Officials also accept that if the situation gets out of hand due to a lack of oxygen according to demand, nothing can be said. He’s handling the situation somehow.
Kashipur did not agree to continue the uninterrupted supply either
Medical College Administration officials say the Bareilly facility has stopped supplying oxygen. Upon contact there it is known that no oxygen is generated due to a lack of raw materials. It is here that the Kashipur oxygen plant has also expressed its inability to continue the uninterrupted supply of oxygen. In such a situation, if the oxygen supply from the Kashipur facility is stopped, there is a problem. However, the entire administrative staff as well as the health department and the administration of the medical college are mobilized for an adequate supply of oxygen in every phase. The oxygen bottles seized from private traders were also given to the medical school.
Adequate placement of oxygen in ambulances 102 and 108
Although the county hospital’s oxygen supply has dropped to zero and an emergency situation has arisen in the state medical school for oxygen, ambulances 102 and 108 have adequate oxygen supplies for serious patients. A shipment of oxygen bottles will arrive from Aligarh to the ambulance by Monday evening. The district has 41 ambulances 102 and 36 ambulances 108. Each ambulance has oxygen tanks. Apart from that, Vacup was also retained. A shipment of oxygen will arrive from Aligarh on Monday. In such a situation, serious patients will not face oxygen related issues.
The district hospital administration raised their hands
Badaun After the oxygen supply was depleted, the district hospital administration raised its hands in a certain way. However, not much oxygen is used here. Those infected with Corona are not allowed here. Respiratory patients need more oxygen. Instead of recruiting such patients, the hospital administration began referring them.
The district hospital is supplied with oxygen from Bareilly. The supply hasn’t been here for many days. The district hospital has 78 small and 29 large oxygen cylinders. Almost 100 patients are currently admitted here. This number is increasing day by day. There are no patients who need oxygen. More severe patients are now receiving oxygen from a portable oxygen concentrator machine. CMS Dr. Vijay Bahadur Ram said that due to a lack of oxygen supply, the vacuum is also over. Patients who require oxygen will not be admitted. He denied that anyone died of lack of oxygen.
Due to the cessation of oxygen production at the Bareilly plant, the supply from there was discontinued. To ensure the oxygen supply, the entire administrative attack is under way. Another farm with 60 cylinders is reached from the Kashipur plant late at night. 20 oxygen bottles were found from the women’s hospital. Administrative officials, including the CDO, ADM, are constantly monitoring the situation. There is some relief in getting portable oxygen concentrator machines. The entire team is committed. Things will soon go back to normal. – Dr. Gyanendra, Nodal Officer Oxygen

Badaun The situation improved on Sunday after the Kashipur Oxygen Plant district in Uttarakhand supplied oxygen, which worsened again on Sunday. Another emergency has occurred with regard to oxygen. In fact, Bareilly’s factory has stopped oxygen supply to Badaun. As a result, the officers’ hands and feet have swollen again. On Sunday the administration of the medical school and the health department were busy with the administration organizing oxygen. Meanwhile, the district hospital ran out of oxygen.

The Government Medical College has 140 beds for corona infected patients. The number of infected patients admitted here has reached 80. Most of them are in critical condition. Not only that, 60 of the infected were supplied with oxygen. Due to the ever increasing consumption of oxygen, the medical school was lacking oxygen for many days. To keep the situation under control, oxygen bottles from CHC and PHC across the district were sent to the medical college three days in advance. In addition, 20 portable oxygen concentrator machines were made available to the Medical College.

On Saturday, after the medical school received 40 cylinders from the Bareilly plant and 60 cylinders from the Kashipur plant, the situation appeared to be under control. But once again the situation seems to be getting worse. The district hospital ran out of oxygen on Sunday. There were no deliveries from Bareilly either. In such a situation, the hospital administration has begun to raise hands on serious patients.

In fact, due to the closure of the Bareilly factory, the family could not get supplies from here. 60 cylinders are expected to reach the Kashipur plant by late at night. Once again, the medical school has started using backup. Meanwhile, 20 bottles filled with oxygen were sent from the District Women’s Hospital to the Medical College on Sunday. Officials also accept that if the situation gets out of hand due to a lack of oxygen according to demand, nothing can be said. He’s handling the situation somehow.

Kashipur also did not agree to continue the uninterrupted supply

Medical College Administration officials say the Bareilly facility has stopped supplying oxygen. Upon contact there it is known that no oxygen is generated due to a lack of raw materials. It is here that the Kashipur oxygen facility has also expressed its inability to continue the uninterrupted supply of oxygen. In such a situation, if the oxygen supply from the Kashipur facility is stopped, there is a problem. However, the entire administrative staff as well as the health department and the administration of the medical college are mobilized for an adequate supply of oxygen in every phase. The oxygen bottles seized from private traders were also given to the medical school.

Adequate placement of oxygen in ambulances 102 and 108

Although the county hospital’s oxygen supply has dropped to zero and an emergency situation has arisen in the state medical school for oxygen, ambulances 102 and 108 have adequate oxygen supplies for serious patients. A shipment of oxygen bottles will arrive from Aligarh to the ambulance by Monday evening. The district has 41 ambulances 102 and 36 ambulances 108. Each ambulance has oxygen tanks. Apart from that, Vacup was also retained. A shipment of oxygen will arrive from Aligarh on Monday. In such a situation, serious patients will not face oxygen related issues.

The district hospital administration raised their hands

Badaun After the oxygen supply was depleted, the district hospital administration raised its hands in a certain way. However, not much oxygen is used here. Those infected with Corona are not allowed here. Respiratory patients need more oxygen. Instead of recruiting such patients, the hospital administration began referring them.

The district hospital is supplied with oxygen from Bareilly. The supply hasn’t been here for many days. The district hospital has 78 small and 29 large oxygen cylinders. The number of patients admitted here is currently close to 100. This number is increasing day by day. There are no patients who need oxygen. More severe patients are now receiving oxygen from a portable oxygen concentrator machine. CMS Dr. Vijay Bahadur Ram said that due to a lack of oxygen supply, the vacuum is also over. Patients who require oxygen will not be admitted. He denied that anyone died of lack of oxygen.

Due to the interruption of the oxygen production in the Bareilly plant, the supply from there was stopped. To ensure the oxygen supply, the entire administrative attack is under way. Another farm with 60 cylinders is reached from the Kashipur plant late at night. 20 oxygen bottles were found from the women’s hospital. Administrative officials, including the CDO, ADM, are constantly monitoring the situation. There is some relief in getting portable oxygen concentrator machines. The entire team is committed. Things will soon go back to normal. – Dr. Gyanendra, Nodal Officer Oxygen

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