551 oxygen generation plants to be set up through PM CARES: PMO

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According to a statement from the Prime Minister’s office (PMO), the factory will be established in a government hospital identified and procurement will be carried out through the Ministry of Health and Welfare of Family.

A medical oxygen cylinder meant to be transported to hospitals in Delhi.
A medical oxygen cylinder meant to be transported to hospitals in Delhi.

In the midst of several countries facing medical oxygen deficiencies caused by a surge in coronavirus (Covid-19) cases throughout the country, the Prime Minister’s office (PMO) gave approval for the allocation of funds from PM caring for the installation of 551 swing pressure adsorption dedication (PSA ) Medical oxygen generation factory in public health facilities in this country. The PMO also directs that this plant must carry out operations as soon as possible because they will act as a major encouragement for the availability of oxygen at the district level.

Oxygen is an important element used in the treatment of certain medical conditions that arise due to Covid-19 infection.

According to a statement from the Prime Minister’s office (PMO), the factory will be established in a government hospital identified and procurement will be conducted through the Ministry of Health and family welfare.

“The basic objective behind the establishment of the PSA oxygen plant plant in a government hospital at the district head office is to further strengthen the public health system and ensure that each hospital has a captive oxygen generator facility. Oxygen generator facilities to be detained at home Will speak. The daily medical oxygen needs of this hospital and this district, “said the statement.

In addition, liquid medical oxygen (LMO) will also function as a top up for the oxygen generation of prisoners.

“Such systems will walk away in ensuring that government hospitals in the district do not suddenly disruption of oxygen supply and have access to oxygen supply without adequate interference to manage Covid-19 patients and other patients who need these support,” the statement said.

India faces an increase in pressure on health facilities in the midst of a second wave of coronavirus disease with several countries reporting lack of medical oxygen and severe beds.

On Sunday, the country recorded 349,691 Covid-19 who took the country’s calculation to 16,960,172, according to Union Minister of Health and family welfare. The death toll also made a new record as 2,767 people died during the same period as the total mortality of death to 192,311.

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