Saharanpur News: Negligence in patient oxygenation

Amar Ujala Network, Saharanpur

Published by: Meerut Bureau
Updated Tue 27 Apr 2021 5:36 PM IST

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In Saharanpur, Sheikhul Hind Maulana Mahmud Hasan’s Director of the State Medical College, Pilkhani, has been suspended for negligence in delivering oxygen to the infected corona.

Saharanpur Government Medical College.
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Chief physician Dinesh Singh Martolia from Sheikhul Hind Maulana Mahmood Hasan Government Hospital Pilkhani has been suspended for negligent delivery of oxygen to the corona infected in Saharanpur. The government has taken this action in relation to DM’s report.District Judge Akhilesh Singh twice checked the oxygen supply at the medical college, which found several deficiencies. Of the 300 oxygen cylinders available in the college, 40 nozzles were found to be defective and not delivering oxygen. The oxygen charge kept coming in to fix it.

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At the same time, it was found that the RTPCR examination in the Medical College is negligent in the examination. The director’s phone was also off at night. The district judge sent a report to the government in this regard, after which the client was suspended. The measures taken at the government level have been upheld by District Judge Akhilesh Singh.

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Chief physician Dinesh Singh Martolia from Sheikhul Hind Maulana Mahmood Hasan Government Hospital Pilkhani has been suspended for negligent delivery of oxygen to the corona infected in Saharanpur. The government has taken this action in relation to DM’s report.

District Judge Akhilesh Singh twice checked the oxygen supply at the medical college, which found several deficiencies. Of the 300 oxygen cylinders available in the college, 40 nozzles were found to be defective and not delivering oxygen. The oxygen charge kept coming in to fix it.

Also read: Coronas chaos: son abroad, husband in hospital, body of wife at home, funeral could not be carried out

At the same time, it was found that the RTPCR examination in the Medical College is negligent in the examination. The director’s phone was also off at night. The district judge sent a report to the government in this regard, after which the client was suspended. The measures taken at the government level have been upheld by District Judge Akhilesh Singh.

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