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    Published On : Mon, Jan 18th, 2021

    3 patients die at Trauma Centre’s ICU in Nagpur after “alleged” oxygen disruption

    Nagpur: Sensation prevailed at Government Medical College and Hospital’s (GMCH) after three patients died in the ICU of Trauma Centre here, on Sunday morning after their oxygen supply was allegedly disrupted. While the GMCH administration has rubbished the claims of oxygen supply disruption, they have ordered an inquiry into the matter.

    Amol Nahe (24), a resident of Sangrampur, Buldhana, Shivratan Shende (56), a resident of Siddhartha Nagar Koradi, and Naresh Moon (63), a resident of Mahadula were identified as deceased.

    All three were reportedly suspicious of the novel Coronavirus. Following their complaint in breathing, they were admitted to ICU 1 on oxygen at Trauma Centre and their samples were sent for tests.

    According to sources, the oxygen supply at ICU 1 was disrupted at around 5 am on Sunday. This has resulted in their deaths.

    The oxygen supply at Trauma Centre is supplied via modern technology. There is no such report stating that there was disruption of oxygen supply at the ICU. However, we have received a report regarding a fluctuation. The three patients were under critical condition. The buzz of their deaths owing to oxygen supply disruption is baseless. We have ordered a thorough inquiry into the matter, clarified GMCH Dean, Sajal Mitra.

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