Oxygen Crisis in Bhopal: Hospitals do not have skilled staff, so more oxygen is being spent
Bhopal (Navdunia Representative) Oxygen crisis in Bhopal. After the incident in Nashik, the audit of oxygen systems in 124 hospitals in Bhopal has been completed. This audit report will be submitted to Collector Avinash Lavania today. In all these 124 hospitals, the team that went for investigation found the same flaw in all the hospitals, that is, maintenance of oxygen. No hospital has skilled staff for oxygen maintenance. This arrangement is in the hands of Ward Boy and Peon.
Surprisingly, Jaypee Hospital has two oxygen plants from where oxygen is supplied to the patients, but the only one to see it is the ward boy. If something goes wrong in one plant and there is a technical problem in another at the same time, then it will take time to reach from one plant to another. Untill then it can happen to patients. Therefore, in this audit report, it has been suggested to give different responsibility to two people in Jaypee Hospital. Here, the report also asks to prevent misuse by using oxygen properly.
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Actually, oxygen cylinders are also slammed. These can be seen placed cross-diagonally, but the cylinder always has to be kept straight as per the rules. Similarly, the flow of oxygen should also be checked every half an hour, but this does not happen in any hospital. There are many hospitals that do not change the box water of the oxygen plant for months. Because of this, where one cubic meter of oxygen is needed, three cubic meters of oxygen is being installed.
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Four hospitals out of 124 have better arrangements
According to the audit report, there is a better provision of oxygen supply in only four hospitals in 124 hospitals. During the investigation, oxygen was found leaking in Siddhanta Hospital. Somewhere the valves were severed, and at other times only the cylinders appeared to be defective. Please tell that private hospitals in the capital have entrusted the maintenance of oxygen to private hands. Despite this, special attention is not being paid to this. Now Collector Avinash Lavania has started a probe by forming a team of officers of the Municipal Corporation. It has Additional Engineer CP Gohil along with Executive Engineer Ashish Shrivastava along with other Superintending Engineer and Assistant Engineer.
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The investigation of all the hospitals has been completed. A full audit report has been prepared. Some suggestions have also been made in the report. At the same time, arrangements for hospitals have also been told. Proper maintenance related arrangements have also been asked to be made in all the hospitals. This report will be submitted to the collector on Tuesday. – CP Gohil, Additional Commissioner, Municipal Corporation