Second corona wave: ventilators bought by the Pm Care Fund did not work, patients died in the Hallet hospital

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Newsroom, Amar Ujala, Kanpur

Published by: Prabhapunj Mishra
Updated Tue July 20, 2021 12:24 PM IST

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The question arises, why, if the ventilators did not work in the neuroscience intensive care unit and remained in doses, why were they taken to the children’s hospital? Two weeks ago the girl died from closing the walk.

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The 26 Agva ventilation boxes that Halat received from the PM Care Fund remained intact and patients without ventilators continued to die in the second wave of corona. All intensive care ventilators at Neuro Sciences Three Level Kovid Hospital were full and in use, but at this point those ventilators were not working. Even if something happened, it would be closed automatically.Thereafter, no oxygen pressure was created in them, rendering the patients useless. Even after that, the management of the medical school only sent letters to the government. This issue was not taken up forcefully. The ICU responsible for neuroscience had said at the time that the Agva ventilator was not included in the ICU count.

The then headmaster Dr. RB Kamal sent a letter to the government. At the same time, a letter was written to the engineer from the Agva company. The engineer did not come even after having been informed several times. When shown to the technician, it was discovered that there was a problem with the software on the Agva ventilator itself. Because of this, they cannot be performed as required.

The question arises, why, if the ventilators did not work in the neuroscience intensive care unit and remained in doses, why were they taken to the children’s hospital? Two weeks ago the girl died from closing the walk. If there is a bug in the software, it is just as dangerous to use. Director Dr. Sanjay Kala says AGVA ventilators are being returned. They are being replaced by new ventilators.

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The 26 Agva ventilation boxes that Halat received from the PM Care Fund remained intact and patients without ventilators continued to die in the second wave of corona. All intensive care ventilators at Neuro Sciences Three Level Kovid Hospital were full and in use, but at this point those ventilators were not working. Even if something happened, it would be closed automatically.

Thereafter, no oxygen pressure was created in them, rendering the patients useless. Even after that, the management of the medical school only sent letters to the government. This issue was not taken up vigorously. The ICU responsible for neuroscience had said at the time that the Agva ventilator was not included in the ICU count.

The then headmaster Dr. RB Kamal sent a letter to the government. At the same time, a letter was written to the engineer from the Agva company. Even after being informed several times, the engineer did not come. When shown to the technician, it was discovered that there was a problem with the software on the Agva ventilator itself. Because of this, they cannot be performed as required.

The question arises, why, if the ventilators did not work in the neuroscience intensive care unit and remained in doses, why were they taken to the children’s hospital? Two weeks ago the girl died from closing the walk. If there is a bug in the software, it is just as dangerous to use. Rector Dr. Sanjay Kala says AGVA ventilators are being returned. They are being replaced by new ventilators.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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