A “minor” leakage of medical oxygen happened within the SSG Hospital at Vadodara in Gujarat on Monday morning after a pipe carrying the life-saving gasoline for Covid-19 sufferers bought punctured, an official stated. Almost 600 COVID-19 sufferers are on oxygen assist on the government-run hospital, however the provide was not hindered because the leakage was plugged inside 20 minutes, Dr Ranjan Aiyer, the medical superintendent of the power, informed PTI.
The leakage happened within the ‘New Surgical Block’ premises of the Sir Sayajirao Normal (SSG) Hospital when the copper pipe, which transports oxygen from the primary tank to completely different wards, bought broken. “It was a minor leakage because the copper pipe bought punctured at one place. A small quantity of oxygen leaked. The problem was resolved by our employees inside 20 minutes,” Dr Aiyer stated.
Of the whole 766 Covid-19 sufferers present process therapy on the hospital, round 600 are on oxygen assist, the official stated. “The leakage had no impression on the oxygen provide to our sufferers. They didn’t even get to know that such a factor had occurred,” he stated.
On April 21, 22 COVID-19 sufferers suffocated to dying when their oxygen provide stopped all of a sudden due to a malfunction in the primary storage at a civic-run hospital in Nashik metropolis of Maharashtra.