According to the managing director, the continuation of the disrupted or delayed care will have serious consequences for the admitted patients.
Published: April 21, 2021, 10:32 p.m. |
Last updated: April 21, 2021 10:32 p.m.
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NEW DELHI: Given the lack of medical oxygen supplies in the country for COVID-19 patients, the Apollo Indraprastha hospitals in Delhi have sounded the alarm that oxygen supplies will likely only last until Wednesday midnight if it doesn’t In a conversation with ANI, P Shivakumar, General Manager of Apollo Indraprastha Hospitals said: « The situation is pretty dire. We have supplies that will probably get us by midnight. If we don’t get refills in time, it can come to a serious crisis. » « »
The Apollo Indraprastha hospitals also issued a press release complaining about a disturbed oxygen supply. They said, « The hospital has received several requests from many quarters about the availability of medical oxygen for its patients. In this context, the hospital would like to highlight this. » Currently, all patients only have 10 to 12 hours of oxygen with no alternatives. This level is dangerously low as there have been disruptions and delays in the supply chain over the past week. «
According to the managing director, the continuation of the disrupted or delayed care will have serious consequences for the admitted patients. » Continuation of this disrupted or delayed care will have serious consequences for our patients, especially for the more than 350 oxygen-dependent COVID patients . We work closely with state and regional administrations and our suppliers to improve the availability and timeliness of We urge all state governments and the Center to assist us in ensuring uninterrupted care to avert catastrophic patient-related incidents « said Shivakumar.
The chief minister of Delhi, Arvind Kejriwal, announced however that the central government has increased Delhi’s oxygen quota. » The central government has increased Delhi’s oxygen quota. We’re very grateful that we can focus on that, « he tweeted.
The government has also launched a short-term global tender to import 50,000 tons of liquid medical oxygen (LMO).
The Department of Health and Family Welfare published this global tender through HLL Lifecare, a government company. The tender, which was posted on April 16, states that the imported liquid medical oxygen will be used by various hospitals in the center and state governments.
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