Sir Ganga Ram Hospital: Amidst the explosion of Corona virus in the country, there has been a lot of outcry over lack of oxygen in many hospitals of the country. Many patients have lost their lives due to lack of oxygen. Meanwhile, another painful incident has come to light in Delhi. At the Sir Gangaram Hospital in Delhi, 25 patients have died in the last 24 hours due to lack of oxygen. 65 serious patients are still being treated there. However, it is a matter of relief that after sending SOS by the hospital, oxygen tanker has reached the hospital under heavy security.
Life of 60 other patients at risk
According to the news agency ANI, the medical director of Sir Gangaram Hospital in Delhi told that 25 sick patients have died in the hospital in the last 24 hours. The message sent by the hospital stated the immediate need for oxygen. On behalf of the hospital, it was said that oxygen was left for only 2 hours. Life of 60 other sick patients is at risk due to lack of oxygen. The hospital says that the ventilator and bilevel positive airway pressure is not working effectively. Ventilation is being done manually in the ICU and ED.
Delhi: Oxygen tanker arrives at Sir Ganga Ram Hospital in the national capital after the hospital sends SOS pic.twitter.com/MLDiFm6vmq
– ANI (@ANI) April 23, 2021
News of relief came
Now the news of relief is that after sending SOS from Sir Gangaram Hospital in Delhi, the oxygen tanker has reached Sir Gangaram Hospital. This tanker has arrived amidst heavy security. In addition to Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, a tanker of oxygen has also reached Max Hospital. SOS was also sent to the government by Max Hospital. Soon after, an oxygen tanker was sent.
Infection status in delhi
26,169 new cases of corona virus infection were reported in the national capital yesterday amid lack of medical oxygen in Delhi hospitals. While 306 patients died. A total of 9,56,348 people have been affected by the epidemic in the city so far, while the death toll has risen to 13,193. The rate of infection in Delhi was 36.24 percent, which is the highest since the onset of the epidemic last year. In Delhi, more than 1,750 people have died due to this virus in the last 10 days. There were 24,638 new cases in the city on Wednesday, 28,395 on Tuesday and 23,686 new cases on Monday.