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Delhi Hospital’s Oxygen SOS; Top Official Breaks Down, Says “Overwhelmed”

The Moolchand Hospital chain in Delhi sent an SOS this morning over the oxygen shortage as it called for urgent help from Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal. More than 130 Covid patients are on life support, he said.

Madhu Handa, medical director of Moolchand Hospital, broke down as she gave details of the situation about an hour later. “We’re about 30 minutes (oxygen supply) at the moment, but yes the awareness has been raised and the node officers have responded. But I think there are other hospitals facing a similar challenge. So now they have to prioritize. “

“But that’s really a bad thing. I’ve been coordinating since 4am for this. We have held all of our night staff, called in extra people just to make sure we save as many lives as possible. supply will arrive on time, but we are keeping our fingers crossed, ”she added.

Elaborating on the struggles facing hospitals, she stressed, “It’s a never-ending thing … it happens every day. Today is one of the worst days and I’m so sorry. We just have to. go on and it’s overwhelming, and it’s very depressing. I’m sorry I can’t go on because I have to go back to coordinating with my team, but I just want to point out, it’s a sad state of affairs. “

Delhi’s health infrastructure has warped under pressure with an unprecedented rise in Covid cases.

As India faces one of its most difficult health challenges in recent years, the shortage of medical oxygen, hospital beds and essential drugs has been one of the most pressing issues in the world. these last weeks. Social media websites are inundated with SOS messages.

Delhi’s Max Hospital Chain yesterday sent out a similar SOS and said they had less than an hour of oxygen supply left.

“SOS – Less than an hour of oxygen supply at Max Smart Hospital and Max Saket Hospital. Awaiting new supplies promised from INOX since 1 a.m. @Drharshvardhan @msisodia @PMOIndia @ArvindKejriwal @PiyushGoyal @SatyendarJain Over 700 patients admitted, need immediate assistance, “he posted yesterday afternoon.

An hour later an update was shared: “Update: We have received emergency supplies from Max Saket and Max Smart which will last another 2 hours. We are still waiting for more supplies.”

The nation’s capital recorded 348 Covid-related deaths on Friday, the highest in one day so far. The city – struggling with the fourth wave of Covid – also reported 24,331 new cases of the coronavirus.


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