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Coronavirus Indore News: Delayed treatment in second wave proved fatal for most patients
Coronavirus Indore News: Abhishek Chendke, Indore. Delayed treatment in the second wave of corona has proved fatal for most patients. When patients who had gone to the hospital for five-seven days without any special treatment, 39 percent of them could not beat the death there. This information has been found in the Death Audit of 158 people who died in coronation patterns of coronation in hospitals of Indore city from April 21 to May 11.
According to this, the highest number of 61 people died within just five days of reaching the hospital. 58 people died within five to 10 days of hospitalization. However, in this period, the arrangements of the hospitals were also disturbed due to lack of oxygen, ramdesvir injection.
In fact, despite being infected in the second wave, many people mistook Corona to be treated at home as viral, typhoid. When Corona showed severe symptoms, he arrived in a critical condition in the hospitals. Due to this, the demand for oxygen was also increasing suddenly in April.
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Doctors say that in the first wave only 20 percent of the people admitted to the hospitals needed oxygen, but this time 70 percent of the patients were in need of oxygen beds as soon as they reached the hospital because of the delay in lung infection. Was spread.
This time the infection was fatal. Lungs were becoming increasingly infected, delaying treatment proved fatal. Most patients needed oxygen due to infection reaching the lungs.
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– Dr. Vinod Bhandari, Senior Doctor, Aurobindo Hospital, Indore