'Death of 5 at Thane hosp perhaps not because of air supply issue'
A committee appointed to probe the loss of five Covid-19 customers in one time earlier in the day recently at an exclusive medical center in Maharashtra’s Thane city, has actually figured they did not die considering shortage of oxygen, the authorities stated on Saturday.
THANE: A committee appointed to probe the death of five Covid-19 patients in one single day earlier recently at a private hospital in Maharashtra’s Thane city, features determined that they couldn’t die because of shortage of air, the authorities stated on Saturday.
The relatives of the five deceased customers among others had alleged that they passed away at Vedant Hospital in Vartak Nagar on April 26 because lack of oxygen offer on center.
Following their death, a committee headed by Bhiwandi Nizampur City Municipal Corporation (BNCMC) commissioner Dr Pankaj Ashiya was appointed to carry out reveal probe, which provided a report to region collector Rajesh Narvekar on Friday, the official statement said.
As per the committee results, the fatalities didn’t happen due to shortage of oxygen supply, it said.
The committee examined relevant papers pertaining to the analysis of patients and their particular treatment, and recorded the statements for the family relations of deceased, doctors and nurses because employees managing the oxygen supply and other clients getting addressed in the ICU, it added.
The committee figured the clients passed away of pneumonia and extent of Covid-19 illness and not because of any other factor, the statement said.
Published at Sat, 01 May 2021 16:50:48 +0000