6-bedded facility is expected to benefit a large count of beneficiaires!
In view of the escalated demands for oxygen resources witnessed in recent times, a mobile oxygen concentrator facility equipped with 6 beds was made operational in Jaipur recently. As per reports, the latest initiative was launched by the Transport Minister at Government TB Hospital in Subhash Nagar. Reportedly, the facility is a contribution by the Rajasthan wing of the Vaishya Mahasammelan and it is expected to help a large count of beneficiaries.
Multifaceted benefits to aid a large count of patients
Moved by the dire circumstances of the day, the authorities have executed swift and streamlined actions to combat the pandemic. After the second wave of accelerated infections, the count of severe or critical patients increased drastically, thereby expanding the requirement for oxygen and hospital beds. Taking cognisance of this, the administration has implemented a list of schemes including the establishment of COVID care centres.
While sufficient oxygen availability is the need of the hour, it is important to note that the patients need movable oxygen-equipped facilities in order to get safe transportation to the hospitals. Aligning with this need, the new service shall provide patients with an added avenue of safe and secure commute to the hospital. Besides this, the vehicle will quickly reach the areas where an emergency is observed, thereby allowing the patients to get quick medical aid.
A consistent tally of high infections raises alarms in Jaipur
With 2,676 new infections recorded on Tuesday in Jaipur, the cumulative count of infected individuals has reached 1,71,251. While the graph of daily detections has taken a fairly stabilised route, the increasing count of recoveries has helped in bringing down the active caseload. After 5,382 recoveries were marked on Tuesday, 34,098 active patients are currently receiving treatment in Jaipur. On the grim side, 35 individuals lost their battle against the virus on the same day.