Vantilator – Four fans could not be activated even during the corona time

Sultanpur The four ventilators available in the district hospital could not be operated even during the corona transition period. In the absence of trained personnel, the ventilator is idle in a room in the district hospital. Due to the lack of ventilators, the family members of the patients in the district are calling for their lives to be saved elsewhere. In view of the acute problem of oxygen and ventilators, MP Maneka Gandhi raised her voice in front of the Prime Minister.
As a district MP, Varun Gandhi provided four ventilators from his fund to better treat patients in the district hospital’s emergency room in 2017-18. When the funds were released, the company was also supplying ventilators to the district hospital. After reaching the veterinarian, at the request of the doctors, the MP had also called for the trend staff (daksha) to do so. The doctors, nurses, ward boys and intensive care technicians who operated the ventilator could not be available to the district hospital even after the request made about four years ago. In the absence of trend staff, four ventilators, which came from funds of around 10 billion rupees, were disposed of at the district hospital.
In the district, patients in the district are fleeing to save lives in Lucknow and other districts, as the ventilators in the district are not working due to the increasing corona infection. Currently, Naseeb Singh, representative of Pilibhit MP Varun Gandhi, said the MP had instilled predictive thinking into ventilators. Patients have problems because they are not operated on in time.
Former union minister and MP Maneka Gandhi spoke up before the prime minister after receiving information about four ventilators that Varun Gandhi provided at the district hospital. The MP wrote a letter to the Prime Minister about this. In the letter, the MP asked for the immediate order of qualified personnel to operate the ventilator provided by Varun Gandhi in the district hospital. Said patients’ lives will be saved by operating the ventilator.

Sultanpur The four ventilators available in the district hospital could not be operated even during the corona transition period. In the absence of trained personnel, the ventilator is idle in a room in the district hospital. Due to the lack of ventilators, the family members of the patients in the district are calling for their lives to be saved elsewhere. In view of the acute problem of oxygen and ventilators, MP Maneka Gandhi raised her voice in front of the Prime Minister.

As a district MP, Varun Gandhi provided four ventilators from his fund to better treat patients in the district hospital’s emergency room in 2017-18. When the funds were released, the company was also supplying ventilators to the district hospital. After reaching the veterinarian, at the request of the doctors, the MP also demanded the trend staff (daksha). The doctors, nurses, ward boys and intensive care technicians who operated the ventilator could not be available to the district hospital even after the request made about four years ago. In the absence of trend personnel, four ventilators, which came from funds of around 10 billion rupees, were disposed of at the district hospital.

In the district, patients in the district are fleeing to save lives in Lucknow and other districts because the ventilators in the district are not working due to the increasing corona infection. Currently, Naseeb Singh, representative of Pilibhit MP Varun Gandhi, said the MP had instilled predictive thinking into ventilators. Patients have problems because they are not operated on in time.

Former union minister and MP Maneka Gandhi spoke up before the prime minister after receiving information about four ventilators that Varun Gandhi provided at the district hospital. The MP has written a letter to the Prime Minister about this. In the letter, the MP asked for the immediate order of qualified personnel to operate the ventilator provided by Varun Gandhi in the district hospital. Said patients’ lives will be saved by operating the ventilator.

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