Oxygen plants with capacity of 100, 150 and 300 cylinders per day and 800 to 1000 cylinder capacity in Jaipur and other big cities will be set up in district hospitals.
In the case of death of patients due to low oxygen pressure in Kovid Dedicated Hospital, the cleanliness of RUHS has come to the fore. In the investigation conducted in this case, in the report prepared by a panel of expert doctors, the death of three patients was not considered due to lack of oxygen.
Jaipur. In the state’s largest Kovid Dedicated Hospital, the cleanliness of RUHS has come to light in the case of death of patients due to low oxygen pressure. In the investigation conducted in this case, in the report prepared by a panel of expert doctors, the death of three patients was not considered due to lack of oxygen. According to the committee, all three patients were suffering from serious illness, their condition worsened, but an attempt was made to save them, but they could not be saved. On the instructions of Medical and Health Minister Dr. Raghu Sharma, the cause of the deaths of 3 patients was investigated simultaneously on 14 May at the state’s premier Kovid Dedicated Center, Rajasthan Health University, Medical Sciences (RUHS). Medical Education Secretary Vaibhav Galaria constituted a 5-member committee of doctors for the investigation. The committee included Superintendent Dr. Ajit Singh, Dr. PS Lamba, Dr. Pawan Singhal, Dr. Vedpal Singh and Dr. Hemendra Bhardwaj. The investigation conducted by the committee has revealed that the cause of death was serious illness. If there was less pressure, it would affect everyone. Dr. Ajit Singh, Superintendent of RUAHS, Dr. Ajit Singh said that oxygen pressure was normal. At the time of the death of these patients, 24 patients in Aari / Saari were on ventilator or oxygen support. RUHS had 200 patients on ventilator, 60 patients on HFNC and 442 patients on oxygen line. If oxygen pressure was low, it would have an effect on all patients. All three patients were suffering from serious illnessRUAHS Superintendent Dr. Ajit Singh said that the three patients who died were very serious. The doctors and staff were trying to save them for several days. When the family of a patient noticed the fluctuations in oxygen saturation, he got nervous and started making noise. Seeing the critical condition of the patients, the staff and doctors present there tried their best to save them. Additional oxygen cylinders were also arranged for them, but they could not be saved. The RUHS in-charge said that a thorough investigation has been done into the said incident and a full report has been received from the responsible in writing. It has been clear from this that three patients who died on 14 May have not died due to low oxygen pressure.