Shivamogga: Covid patient dies allegedly due to unavailability of ventilator


Daijiworld Media Network - Shivamogga (SP)

Shivamogga, May 9: It is reported that a coronavirus-infected person passed away in McGann Hospital in Shivamogga, which happens to be the native district of the chief minister.

Anand (46) from Shikaripura, who was Covid positive, lost his life.

After being diagnosed with his condition, he had got himself admitted into the McGann hospital here.


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It is said that after getting admitted into the hospital, he struggled for breath for about two hours as no ventilator facility was made available, and finally met a painful death.

It is said that the deceased suffered from insufficient oxygen. There is also another allegation that the doctors, instead of admitting him in the intensive care unit, accommodated him in the general ward.

  

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  • ayes p, kudla/ksa

    Sun, May 09 2021

    This is genocide.

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  • RJS, Mangalore

    Sun, May 09 2021

    This is nothing less than a murder, tax money is utilized for structural projects than basic human needs. No one will be accountable?

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  • Clifford, Mangalore

    Sun, May 09 2021

    What has happened to thousands of ventilators and oxygen generators sent by foreign governments? Is this also an international conspiracy. What happened to the Ventilators collected during the first wave? Will Modi send ED and CBI to investigate now?

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  • Rita, Germany

    Mon, May 10 2021

    Clifferd mangalore ,they are reserved for people who pay highest amount .Poor cant afford.or ministers who become sick as next.

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  • Naresh, Kerala

    Sun, May 09 2021

    Sad.... Common man becoming Shikaar of the virus and Shikaripura ka Shikaari is nonchalant.....

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  • Dev, Mangalore

    Sun, May 09 2021

    He needed oxygen first & not ventilator which has mortality rate of 95%. Along with that he needed some management of his infection or lung damage with some steroids under medical supervision to help un clog his bronchial tubes & decongest his lungs. Ventilator is used only if all the above fail & last resort to keep their body & soul together.

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  • SachiN, ManglorE

    Sun, May 09 2021

    No word, only we can say ACCHE DIN!!!!

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  • Dylan, Mangalore

    Sun, May 09 2021

    This is the state of affairs in our State run hospitals. Very sad a young man was sacrificed.

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  • Nagesh, Udupi

    Sun, May 09 2021

    We lost precious 70 years after independence.

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  • H. Almeida., Bendur/Andheri.

    Sun, May 09 2021

    " Survival of the fittest " is the epitome of a ravaged nation, reeling under Covid19 pandemic !!! Netas, wealthy influential families, will sail through this crisis, whereas the common citizens, like you and me, are destined to suffer ignominy, perish !!!!

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  • Deepak D, Mangaluru/Kuwait

    Sun, May 09 2021

    Don't worry. worth of Rs 20,000 Cr. Prime Minister's palace and parliament house will be available soon.

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Sun, May 09 2021

    Our Politicians are hiding below the Beds ...

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  • SachiN, ManglorE

    Sun, May 09 2021

    hiding With?????

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