Officials of several private hospitals in the national capital appeared to be seeking help to replenish their medical oxygen stock as the lives of a large number of patients suffering from Covid-19 are hanging in the balance due to lack of life. Dr. Pankaj Solanki of the 50-bed Dharamvir Solanki Hospital in Rohini said that he is tired of the SOS call (lifesaving message) and is “feeling desperate”. He said, “Most of the time there is a crisis (of oxygen).
Now it is becoming difficult to arrange for ten patients. ”Many people have approached social media to support hospitals. Aam Aadmi Party MLA Raghav Chaddha said that the metropolitan government has allotted four D-type oxygen cylinders to the hospital from Rajghat Response Point this afternoon.
He tweeted, “We will leave no stone unturned to address every lifesaving message. But the Delhi government is also imposing SOS (Call for Survival Message). Please supply the oxygen allocated to us. “Sudhanshu Banakata, Executive Director at Batra Hospital said that they are planning to reduce the number of beds further. Batra Hospital on Sunday stopped recruiting patients.
At the hospital in South Delhi, 12 Kovid-19 patients, including a senior doctor, were killed on Saturday afternoon due to the depletion of the medical oxygen facility for about 80 minutes. “We have reduced the number of beds from 307 to 276,” he said. Considering the consumption of oxygen, we will reduce it to 220.