Tuesday, December 6

Oxygen on wheels outside govt hosps

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Since Monday afternoon, buses with oxygen concentrators have been parked outside major state hospitals to serve as units for the first line of treatment for Covid patients experiencing respiratory distress till admission formalities are completed.
The six oxygen-on-wheels buses, offered by Jain International Trade Organisation (JITO) and inaugurated by state chief secretary Alapan Bandyopadhyay, will be equipped with four oxygen concentrators each. The buses are also equipped with fans, mobile charging points and redesigned seats to make patients comfortable and reduce their suffering.
“Up to four patients can be accommodated on each bus. It will be stationed at government hospitals for patients waiting to be admitted and in need of oxygen. A health technician will be provided by the hospital for giving oxygen support. The entire admission of patients inside the bus will be taken care of by the hospital management. The hospital will also be supplying the electrical power required to operate the concentrators,” said a health official.Welcoming JITO’s initiative, Bandyopadhyay said the state government was working overtime to ensure oxygen supply to all Covid patients.

Source: Times of India

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