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    Sayaji Hospital gets 20 oxygen concentrators for covid department

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    The corona centres of Sayaji and Gotri Hospitals are constantly being equipped with state-of-the-art life saving devices by the state government.

    As a link to that, a total of 50 oxygen concentrators have recently been supplied to Sayaji and Gotri hospitals for use. SSG hospital get 20 and Gotri get such concentrators.

    Informing about this special medical device the administrative nodal officer of the covid department of Sayaji Hospital, Dr.O. B. Belim said, it is very useful in absorbing oxygen from the air and giving it to the patient. The device could be a handy and convenient alternative to an oxygen bottle.

    The covid section here is divided into 6 floors. It can be used as easily as a portable oxygen cylinder when a patient in need of oxygen needs to be moved from one department to another.  As it absorbs oxygen from the air, the supply is uninterrupted and it can be powered by electricity as well as batteries.

    This device can be used to deliver continuous oxygen to the patient’s arteries even when a patient on oxygen has to be transported from one clinic to another. Thus, this machine is useful in various ways and is very easy and convenient to use.

    The department currently has as many ventilators as 150 ventilators available and recently 60 monitors have been provided by the state government. Dr. Vinod Rao, Officer on Special Duty and Education Secretary, periodically reviews the problems related to availability of human resources, including facilities and solves them.

    The device can be used very easily by doctors, nursing and paramedical staff.  It is also convenient to use for patients who are currently assigned nursing assistants. Thus, vigilance is being taken to ensure that patients get proper and advanced treatment.  The doctors and staff are working in a very dedicated manner which is worth mentioning.

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