The Delhi government’s Covid-19 mobile application doubled the number of people in need of ICU beds and ventilator beds during the period, even though the city recorded a new reduction in infections on Friday. It shows that it has become the above.
On January 14, the number of people in need of oxygen beds almost doubled from 1,272 on January 7 to 2,365 at the Corona App in Delhi. The city has 14,464 oxygen beds.
Similarly, 675 ICU beds were occupied on Friday, but a week ago it was 201. The number of occupied beds with ventilators was 230, compared to 77 on January 7. On January 6, only 72 such beds had patients.
Private hospitals have also begun to see an increase in Covid-19 patients over the past few days.
Sandeep Budhiraja, Group Medical Director of Max Healthcare, said:
Covid-related hospitalizations are increasing weekly, but not so much, according to sources at the Indraplasta Apollo Hospital in Delhi. Budhiraja of Max Healthcare said the number of patients in need of ICU facilities and those in need of oxygen / ventilation is relatively increasing.
Hospitalizations in Delhi are on the rise, but Covid cases are declining, Health News, ET HealthWorld
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