Oxygen transported to Gangaram Hospital in Delhi, saved life like this

Apr 23 2021 12:13 PM
Oxygen transported to Gangaram Hospital in Delhi, saved life like this

Health services have worsened due to continuous record cases of covid in the country. On the other hand, one incident after another has added to the difficulty. Meanwhile, the government's efforts to supply oxygen are beginning to have an impact. Several patients were saved on Friday when oxygen reached Sir Gangaram Hospital and Max Hospital (Saket) in Delhi in time. It was only this morning that the Max Hospital management had told the government that they would no longer be able to admit new patients as there was no oxygen.

Meanwhile, 25 patients lost their lives in the last 24 hours due to lack of oxygen at Sir Gangaram Hospital here. According to the director of the hospital, 25 sick patients lost their lives in the hospital in the last 24 hours. There is still one or two hours of oxygen left.

It has been revealed that ventilators and Bipap are not working properly. There is an urgent need for oxygen. In these circumstances, 60 patients are at risk of life. However, oxygen was then delivered here, saving the lives of 60 patients.

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