Oxygen crises – No beds in hospitals, patients unable to get oxygen at home

Pilibhit. In the second wave of corona infection, beds are not available for corona patients, from government covid hospitals to private hospitals. A large number of patients are treated at home after consulting a doctor, but patients who are treated in isolation at home and in hospitals do not receive enough oxygen. Timardar is concerned about the rounds of the gas agencies but cannot break away.
Corona infection has gained momentum. Once the patient is taken to the hospitals, oxygen is needed first. Whether it is a government hospital or a private hospital. In such a situation, the cylinders with bottles in their hands wander outside of the gas goddesses. From morning to evening people wait for oxygen. Due to the lack of oxygen bottles, the agency’s operators have also closed the godowns, while there are some timed individuals who have neither empty bottles nor ten thousand rupees to deposit their bail. Moving from one agency to another for oxygen.
The son of an infected elderly resident of the city’s Mohalla Civil Line said his father’s oxygen levels were steadily decreasing. The L-2 Kovid Hospital has no bed or oxygen. You are not getting any oxygen. They don’t even have a doctor’s form because they are treated at home if there is a problem. He had gone to both city authorities to get cylinders, but no arrangements were made. Someone had informed them that they were getting oxygen in Bareilly.
L-2: Only 54 patients experienced difficulty breathing due to the concentrator, 44 suffered
The oxygen crisis in the L-2 Kovid Hospital intensifies again. The oxygen was exhausted here late Sunday, there were only four large bottles in the store which were immediately refilled, and eight bottles filled in small bottles were prepared and placed for very serious patients. He was finished at three in the morning too. 105 patients were admitted to the Kovid Hospital. Of these, 98 are on oxygen, the oxygen content of which is below 90. Of these, 54 patients received the breath of life using a concentrator machine, but 44 patients were oxygenated. In such a situation, there was a stir in the hospital about the oxygen cylinder. The situation is that oxygen is applied to each other all through 30-30 minutes. There wasn’t a single cylinder near Kovid Hospital until 5 p.m. on Monday evening. The knot officer Dr. Rajesh said the resources will be used to save patients’ lives. Demand has been sustained, it will be better for patients if an offer is found.
The oxygen shortage remains from above. Oxygen only receives 10 to 12 percent in relation to demand. So there is a problem. Cylinders were found but are not in stock. Arrangements are being made for the Kovid Hospital. I hope to arrive soon. -DR. Seema Aggarwal, CMO

Pilibhit. In the second wave of corona infection, beds are not available for corona patients, from government covid hospitals to private hospitals. A large number of patients are treated at home after consulting a doctor, but patients who are treated in isolation at home and in hospitals do not receive enough oxygen. Timardar is concerned about the rounds of the gas agencies but cannot break away.

Corona infection has gained momentum. Once the patient is taken to the hospitals, oxygen is needed first. Whether it is a government hospital or a private hospital. In such a situation, the cylinders with bottles in their hands wander outside of the gas goddesses. From morning to evening people wait for oxygen. Due to the lack of oxygen bottles, the agency’s operators have also closed the godowns, while there are some timed individuals who have neither empty bottles nor ten thousand rupees to deposit their bail. Moving from one agency to another for oxygen.

The son of an infected elderly resident of the city’s Mohalla Civil Line said his father’s oxygen levels were steadily decreasing. The L-2 Kovid Hospital has no bed or oxygen. You are not getting any oxygen. They don’t even have a doctor’s form because they are treated at home if there is a problem. He had gone to both city authorities to get cylinders, but no arrangements were made. Someone had informed them that they were getting oxygen in Bareilly.

L-2: Only 54 patients experienced difficulty breathing due to the concentrator, 44 suffered

The oxygen crisis in the L-2 Kovid Hospital intensifies again. The oxygen was exhausted here late Sunday, there were only four large bottles in the store which were immediately refilled, and eight bottles filled in small bottles were prepared and placed for very serious patients. He was finished at three in the morning too. 105 patients were admitted to the Kovid Hospital. Of these, 98 are on oxygen, the oxygen content of which is below 90. Of these, 54 patients received the breath of life using a concentrator machine, but 44 patients were oxygenated. In such a situation, there was a stir in the hospital about the oxygen cylinder. The situation is that oxygen is applied to each other all through 30-30 minutes. There wasn’t a single cylinder near Kovid Hospital until 5 p.m. on Monday evening. The knot officer Dr. Rajesh said the resources will be used to save patients’ lives. Demand has been sustained, it will be better for patients if an offer is found.

The oxygen shortage remains from above. Oxygen only receives 10 to 12 percent in relation to demand. So there is a problem. Cylinders were found but are not in stock. Arrangements are being made for the Kovid Hospital. I hope to arrive soon. -DR. Seema Aggarwal, CMO

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