There was chaos because the medical school ran out of oxygen that morning

At the JN Medical College of Aligarh Muslim University (AMU), the plant suddenly ran out of liquid oxygen on Wednesday morning. Because of this, chaos spread in the hospital. At noon, when liquid oxygen was fed to the plant, everyone breathed in. The oxygen delivered from the bottle is still awaited for the cardiology department of the medical school.
The oxygen crisis has been going on at JN Medical College for a few days. The trauma center and isolation ward of the medical college have more than 200 oxygen dependent patients. At 6 a.m. on Wednesday, employees told officers that there were only a few hours of oxygen left. Afterwards, for the supply of liquid oxygen, it was announced that oxygen would be available in an hour.
Accordingly, the staff took care of the distribution of oxygen. But even after 10 a.m. there was no more oxygen, and then the hands and feet of the medical staff began to swell. There was chaos in the hospital. Oxygen could be supplied at 12 noon. Then everyone breathed a sigh of relief.
– There were a few hours of oxygen left in the morning. Medical oxygen requires liquid oxygen, which is converted into gas and fed to the patient. On Wednesday morning, however, we only had a few hours of oxygen. We hoped that oxygen would be supplied after a while, but it was natural for everyone to be disturbed if it didn’t come until around noon. Oxygen was given at noon. The oxygen is still expected in cardiology. – Professor Shahid Ali Siddiqui, Principal JN Medical College
New patients are sent back with first aid
The situation now at JN Medical College is that only those who are already licensed are not receiving proper oxygenation. In such a situation, new patients who come to the medical school for oxygen needs are sent back from there.
Professor Shahid Siddiqui, director of the Medical College, says that we are taking enough care in sending it back that he is given such first aid so that the situation will persist until alternative arrangements are made.

At the JN Medical College at Aligarh Muslim University (AMU), the plant suddenly ran out of liquid oxygen on Wednesday morning. Because of this, chaos spread in the hospital. At noon, when liquid oxygen was fed to the plant, everyone breathed in. The oxygen delivered from the bottle is still awaited for the cardiology department of the medical school.

The oxygen crisis has been going on at JN Medical College for a few days. The trauma center and isolation ward of the medical college have more than 200 oxygen dependent patients. At 6 a.m. on Wednesday, staff told officers that there were only a few hours of oxygen left. Afterwards, for the supply of liquid oxygen, it was announced that oxygen would be available in an hour.

Accordingly, the staff took care of the distribution of oxygen. But even after 10 a.m. there was no more oxygen, and then the hands and feet of the medical staff began to swell. There was chaos in the hospital. Oxygen could be supplied at 12 noon. Only then did everyone breathe a sigh of relief.

– There were a few hours of oxygen left in the morning. Medical oxygen requires liquid that is converted into gas and delivered to the patient. On Wednesday morning, however, we only had a few hours of oxygen. We hoped that oxygen would be supplied after a while, but it was natural for everyone to be disturbed if it didn’t come until around noon. Oxygen was given at noon. The oxygen is still expected in cardiology. – Professor Shahid Ali Siddiqui, Principal JN Medical College

New patients are sent back with first aid

The situation now at JN Medical College is that only those who are already licensed are not receiving proper oxygenation. In such a situation, new patients who come to the medical school for oxygen needs are sent back from there.

Professor Shahid Siddiqui, director of the Medical College, says that we are taking enough care in sending it back that he is given such first aid so that the situation will persist until alternative arrangements are made.

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