- The biggest hospital in Gwalior created chaos in the middle of the night
- Three patients died due to lack of oxygen
- The situation of chaos in the hospital continued throughout the night
- Junior doctors had earlier warned about the depletion of oxygen
After Jabalpur, three corona patients died in MP’s Jairogya Hospital after exhausting oxygen. Junior doctors working in the hospital had already told the management that oxygen was on the verge of running out. Despite this, the administration did not pay any heed. Two patients died late at night after exhausting
Jairogya Hospital in Gwalior is the largest hospital in this division. Late in the night, oxygen ran out in the ICU at Jairogya Hospital Group in Gwalior. As soon as the news came to the family of the patients, there was a stampede in the hospital premises. Due to which 3 patients died while shifting to another unit. After which the family members of the patients created a ruckus.
Three patients died due to lack of oxygen in Gwalior, stampede in hospital
In a hurry, doctors, administration and police people reached the spot. Along with this, Minister Praghuman Singh Tomar, MLA Praveen Pathak and MLA Satish Sikarwar also reached the spot. After several hours of effort, the matter was resolved. During this, Minister Pradyuman Singh Tomar said that the problem will be resolved soon, then the same Congress MLAs Pravin Pathak and Satish Sikarwar have fiercely accused the administrative systems and the government.
Naveen Jindal came forward to help MP, CM Shivraj assured oxygen supply
He said that people are not getting oxygen even, no one is going to listen, no one is hearing, people are dying. He discussed the matter with the collector in the night itself and the rounds of discussions continued till 3:00 pm. However, the collector said that oxygen would come by morning. Overall, the situation has become uncontrollable due to lack of oxygen in Gwalior. Private nursing home operators are also shifting patients, in which case the situation has become critical.
Shipped patients in stone building
The hospital is in a tizzy due to lack of oxygen. 60 patients admitted to the ICU have been shifted to the stone building. Family of the patient says that the hospital has died due to the negligence of the management.
Territory struggling with lack of oxygen
It is being told that the junior doctors of the hospital had been warning the management since night that we were running out of oxygen but no arrangement was made. An exercise to shift patients to other places began in a hurry. Three died during this period. On Friday, an Air Force aircraft supplying oxygen has airlifted an oxygen tanker from Indore.
Private hospital also raised its hands
On Friday, oxygen scarcity started in three large private hospitals along with Jairogya. Those people had also asked patients to take them away. Thereafter, at nine o’clock in the night, oxygen was arranged for those hospitals.
Five deaths also in Jabalpur
Five patients died in Jabalpur after oxygen ran out on Friday. Earlier, 12 patients died due to lack of oxygen in Shahdol. Also, 10 patients died of oxygen in People’s Hospital in Bhopal.
Despite the efforts of the government, no system
Shivraj government is making all claims regarding the supply of oxygen, but there is no system in hospitals. In Gwalior Chambal’s largest hospital on Friday, patients kept breaking for oxygen. In front of the minister, the patient’s relatives have been praying to save the lives of their people.