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Set oxygen storage point within 30 minutes from the hospital: Apollo MD

Sangita Reddy, a joint medical doctor of the Apollo Hospital Group, on Wednesday called for the establishment of emergency oxygen storage stations within 30 minutes of all hospitals, and said that in the second pandemic, the supply of natural gas Still a challenge.
“As #OxygenSupply continues to challenge # hospitals, #Govt is required to set up emergency #Oxygen storage points within 30 minutes of all # hospitals…” Reddy posted on the Weibo website Twitter.document.write(“); googletag. cmd.push(function(){googletag.defineOutOfPageSlot(‘/6516239/outofpage_1x1_desktop’,'div-gpt-ad-1490771277198-0′).addService(googletag.pubads()); googletag.pubads( ).enableSyncRendering() ; googletag.enableServices();});
She said that these should be equipped with at least 25 giant oxygen cylinders and 6 transport vehicles, and be equipped with a tracking system to ensure timely supply, and they should be labeled in the Prime Minister’s Office and the Ministry of Health.
Many hospitals in various states are facing oxygen shortages. In the national capital, hospitals have been flooded due to severe COVID cases, there is a severe shortage of medical oxygen in the city, and the tension in the medical infrastructure is breathless.
Several hospitals have appealed to the Delhi High Court and petitioned SOS on social media, saying that their oxygen supply has run out.
The Supreme Court on Wednesday shelved the High Court’s tempo lawsuits against central government officials for failing to comply with instructions to provide the capital with 700 tons of medical-grade oxygen for COMTID-19 patients.
However, Judges DY Chandrachud and MR Shah said that the Supreme Court will not restrict the High Court from monitoring issues related to COVID-19 management.
INOX Air Products, India’s largest industrial and medical gas manufacturer, said on Tuesday that in the coming weeks, there will be sufficient oxygen supplies nationwide, and production capacity and transportation issues have been resolved.
Siddharth Jain, INOX Air Products Director, said that the country’s current production capacity is 9,200 tons per day, while the estimated daily consumption is 7,500 tons.
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