Lack of oxygen: Delhi-NCR’s condition worsens, hospitals are refusing to take patients

Lack of oxygen: Delhi-NCR's condition worsens, hospitals are refusing to take patients

The second wave of Corona wreaks havoc in the whole country, including Delhi. While people wait a long time to get tested, the lack of oxygen after the disease flares up has knocked the situation out of control. Most of the hospitals in Delhi have popped up on social media at this time. These people are begging from PM to CM. The only option left to reach the government is social media. The condition of small nursing homes and hospitals in Delhi is worse at this time. As of Thursday afternoon, more than 15 small hospitals have closed in the capital.

Only 90 minutes of oxygen remains at Akash Healthcare Hospital

There is only 90 minutes of oxygen left at Akash Healthcare Hospital. There are 223 corona patients admitted to this hospital.

Oxygen stocks remained two hours in the Holy Family, Sri Balaji Institute Hospital to operate

Holy Family and Sri Balaji Institute Hospital to work now have only two hours of remaining oxygen stocks. All hospitals are constantly requesting oxygen supplies from the state and central government. 220 coronavirus patients have been admitted to Balaji, of whom about 80 are receiving oxygen support.

The oxygen hasn’t reached Prakash Hospital yet

Oxygen has not yet reached Prakash Hospital in Greater Noida. Discharging is performed on 12 patients. The police force was deployed abroad.

Shanti Mukund Hospital discharges patient from hospital

Shanti Mukund Hospital in Karkady Moore in Delhi has very little oxygen stock. The hospital administration has begun discharging patients along with a request to supply oxygen to the government. The MS in Shanti Mukund has reported that the hospital is discharging patients who need less oxygen. The hospital also helps them enter other hospitals.

Liquid oxygen in Saruj Hospital, petition filed to the Supreme Court

The problem was exacerbated with the depletion of liquid oxygen at Saruj Hospital in Delhi. As a result, the hospital petitioned the Supreme Court to supply him with oxygen. There are some oxygen cylinders left in the hospital stock, through which work is being done and that stock will be depleted within two to three hours. There are 130 coronavirus patients entering here. In such a situation, if the oxygen does not get here in time, it may cause problems. The hospital administration says Inox, a company that provides oxygen, is not responding to their calls. The hospital requested in its petition to order the supply of INOX.

He ran out of oxygen at Mata Chanan Devi Hospital, and he called for help from a guru

The oxygen has run out at Mata Chanan Devi Hospital in Delhi. Now, the hospital has asked Gurugram for help.

Noida: There were three to four hours stock left in Kailash and Prakash Hospitals

Kailash Hospital and Prakash Hospital in Noida are also suffering from hypoxia. The administration said there was only four to five hours of oxygen stocks left in the hospital.

Three to four hours of residual oxygen at the Heart and Lung Institute

Three to four hours of oxygen is left at Heart and Lung Institute Hospital in Delhi. The hospital currently has more than 70 patients, many of them on oxygen.

– Different hospitals have different conditions, said Satendra Jain

On the lack of oxygen that is occurring in Delhi today, Health Minister Satendra Jain said that the situation is different in different hospitals. About six hours, eight hours, and 10 hours remain out of stock. We cannot call it a good case. Satendra Jain further said that for the past three days, there has been a shortage of oxygen in Delhi. The center has increased the stake of Delhi tomorrow. It allocates oxygen to all states.

Earlier, Delhi’s share was less than required, and now it has increased. If in two days this crisis ends, then the number of beds will be increased. There is a shortage of ICU beds at this time. We have requested beds from the center, and we hope the center will provide us with 700-800 beds in the ICU soon. We had asked the center to provide 7,000 beds in their government hospitals, but only 2,000 beds were received.

Lack of oxygen in many hospitals in Delhi

Presently, many patients are at risk due to lack of oxygen at Rajiv Gandhi Hospital in Delhi and Chanan Devi Hospital. Rajiv Gandhi Hospital only left two hours of oxygen. 900 patients are admitted here. The hospital administration says it needs 5-6 tons of oxygen per day. Saroj Hospital in Rohini, Delhi, only had two hours of oxygen storage left.

Last night, the oxygen shortage continued unabated and many hospitals were out of stock. On the other hand, Rathi Hospital in Najafjarah in Delhi ran out of oxygen, causing emergency situations, but the oxygen stocks arrived here late at night.

There was a shortage of oxygen in Max Hospitals

Max Hospital management said there was a shortage of oxygen at Max Hospital in Shalimar Bagh last Tuesday night. For a long time, he’s been giving this information to the Delhi government. He learned that a tanker had been sent to him to overcome the lack of oxygen, but late at night he learned that the tanker had not reached Shalimar Bagh and sent him to Delhi AIIMS. This emptied their oxygen tanks. In such a critical situation, patients have to handle with the help of oxygen cylinders.

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