Relief: Oxygen system in the district hospital started up – Relief: Oxygen system in the district hospital started up, admitted patients can provide relief for 27 hours

Gonda A message of relief comes in the midst of the lack of oxygen in the dreaded state of corona infection. The oxygen plant built in Babu Ishwar Sharan District Hospital was put into operation on a budget of two crores. As a result, patients admitted to various wards of the district hospital will receive supplemental oxygen for 15 hours. So far, there has only been 12 hours of oxygen support in the hospital. Oxygen support was arranged for 27 hours from the start of the oxygen system.
Senior Medical Superintendent Dr. Ghanshyam Singh said that with the start of the oxygen system, up to 39 jumbo oxygen cylinders will be supplied with oxygen daily, so that oxygen can be supplied via the pipeline in various wards of the district hospital for 15 hours.
The district has been in chaos for the past few days due to a lack of oxygen. The families of the patients admitted to the district hospital asked for oxygen. There is now a relief. The oxygen gas system was piped through the operating room, the Piku department, the emergency room, the female surgical department, the female department, the surgical department, the medical female department, the medical male department, the dengue department and the orthopedic department at the district hospital Oxygen system put into operation for bed-to-bed patients up to the ward, children’s ward, ward, eye ward, isolation ward, pay ward and private ward.
The sudden use of oxygen increased as the number of respiratory patients in the district hospital increased. The hospital has 98 oxygen cylinders that deliver oxygen from the pipeline to the District Hospital and Kovid Hospital. According to CMS, a cylinder can deliver a maximum of 20 minutes to each hospital at this point. In this way, the backup was only available for 12 hours.
With the commissioning of the oxygen system, 39 bottles will supply the district hospital for 15 hours. As a result, the hospitalized patients are given an oxygen facility for 27 hours. So far, oxygen has been supplied from the Barabanki and Hamirpur districts in the district.

Gonda A message of relief comes in the midst of the lack of oxygen in the dreaded state of corona infection. The oxygen system built in Babu Ishwar Sharan District Hospital was put into operation on a budget of two crores. As a result, patients admitted to various wards of the district hospital will receive supplemental oxygen for 15 hours. So far, there has only been 12 hours of oxygen support in the hospital. Oxygen support was arranged for 27 hours from the start of the oxygen system.

Senior Medical Superintendent Dr. Ghanshyam Singh said that with the start of the oxygen system, up to 39 jumbo oxygen cylinders will be supplied with oxygen per day, so that oxygen can be supplied via the pipeline in various wards of the district hospital for 15 hours.

The district has been in chaos for the past few days due to a lack of oxygen. Families of the patients admitted to the district hospital asked for oxygen. There is now a relief. The oxygen gas system was put into operation in the district hospital via the pipeline through which the operating room, the Piku department, the emergency room, the female surgical department, the female department, the surgical department, the medical female department, the medical male department, the dengue -Department and the orthopedic oxygen system are made available to bed-to-bed patients up to the ward, children’s ward, ward, eye ward, isolation ward, pay ward and private ward.

The sudden increase in oxygen consumption increased as the number of respiratory patients in the district hospital increased. The hospital has 98 oxygen cylinders that deliver oxygen from the pipeline to the District Hospital and Kovid Hospital. According to CMS, a cylinder can deliver a maximum of 20 minutes to each hospital at this point. In this way, the backup was only available for 12 hours.

With the opening of the oxygen system, 39 bottles will receive a 15-hour backup in the district hospital. As a result, the hospitalized patients are given an oxygen facility for 27 hours. So far, oxygen has been supplied in the district from the districts of Barabanki and Hamirpur.

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