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22 people died in ‘mock oxygen drill’ at Agra hospital, prompting an investigation.

22 people died in 'mock oxygen drill' at Agra hospital.

Key sentence:

  • Area experts in Agra have requested a test after a video of the proprietor of a private clinic surfaced.
  • Dr Jain, who isn’t noticeable in the video, is also heard saying an intense lack of oxygen on that day.
  • District magistrate Prabhu N Singh rejected that 22 patients kicked the bucket that day.

Area experts in Agra have requested a test after a video of the proprietor of a private clinic surfaced. He professed to have removed the oxygen supply of patients on April 26, Hindustan Times’ sister distribution Livehindustan revealed. 

The video tweeted by Livehindustan:

In the video tweeted by Livehindustan, the proprietor of Paras Hospital, Dr Arinjay Jain is heard revealing to certain individuals that the oxygen supply was cut for five minutes as a feature of a “counterfeit drill”. 22 individuals might not have made it out alive on that day, Livehindustan revealed. 

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As Dr Jain heard saying in the video tweeted:

Dr Jain, who isn’t noticeable in the video, is also heard saying an intense lack of oxygen on that day. The clinic organization requested that individuals get their patients released; however, nobody was prepared. 

“At that point, I chose to give something a shot – a counterfeit drill of sorts – and requested that the staff distinguish those whose oxygen supply can be cut. 

That way, we will become more acquainted with who will kick the bucket and who’ll endure. The false drill occurred at 7 am; nobody thinks about this,” said Dr Jain, as per the video tweeted by Livehindustan. 

Further, he added:

“22 patients began gasping for breath, and their bodies started becoming blue. We came to realize that they won’t endure. 74 other people who made due in the ICU ward were advised to bring their oxygen chambers,” he added. 

Prabhu N Singh denied the death of 22 patients:

District magistrate Prabhu N Singh rejected that 22 patients kicked the bucket that day. He said that on April 26 and 27, just seven patients kicked the bucket in Paras Hospital. 

“There was an oxygen deficiency nowadays, yet it was expanded by redirecting supply from Mathura processing plant,” Singh was cited as saying by Livehindust. 

Chief medical officer Dr RC Pandey also stated:

The area officer said they had taken cognizance of the video, and the examination began, adding that a move will b made against those seen as blameworthy. 

Chief medical official Dr RC Pandey additionally said seven patients passed on in the medical clinic in the said time frame. The wellbeing office has, nonetheless, dispatched an examination, said Dr Pandey.

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