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Maharashtra: After Nanded, govt hospital in Aurangabad records 18 deaths, including 2 newborns, in 24 hours

Authorities Medical School and Hospital (GMCH), Chhatrapati Sambhajinagar, Aurangabad. Fb.

Greater than 18 folks have died in Maharashtra within the final 24 hours, this time in Aurangabad’s Chhatrapati Sambhajinagar. The federal government hospitals within the state have reported a complete of 49 deaths in 48 hours.

A report by PTI quoted medical superintendent of the Authorities Medical School and Hospital (GMCH) at Chhatrapati Sambhajinagar in Aurangabad confirming that no less than 18 folks have died inside 24 hours ending at 8 am on Tuesday.

“18 deaths were recorded at the Government Medical College and Hospital in Chhatrapati Sambhajinagar between 8 am on 2 October and 8 am on 3 October,” the hospital stated.

This comes towards the backdrop of 31 deaths on the Dr Shankarrao Chavan Authorities Medical School and Hospital in Nanded.

At the very least 24 folks died in 24 hours between 30 September and 1 October within the Nanded authorities hospital, whereas seven extra sufferers, together with 4 youngsters, misplaced their lives within the hospital between 1 and a couple of October.

Reason for loss of life of 18 folks in Aurangabad govt hospital

The superintendent of Authorities Medical School and Hospital in Chhatrapati Sambhajinagar stated out of the 18 deaths recorded on the GMCH, 4 folks have been introduced useless.

“Among the 18, two patients died due to heart attack while two others were suffering from pneumonia. Another three deceased patients were suffering from renal failure and another with liver failure. One patient died due to the failure of liver and kidney. One casualty each was reported due to road accident, poisoning, and infection after appendix burst,” he stated.

The official stated two pre-term infants died on the sixth day of therapy (between 2 and three October) on the hospital. “They were pre-term babies and weighed only 1,300 grams each,” he added.

The official assured that the power was not operating brief on life-saving medicine.

“We are ascertaining which are the last-minute referrals to the GMCH among these cases (18 fatalities),” he added.

The power has the permission for 1,177 beds however anytime greater than 1,600 sufferers stay admitted, he stated.

“As this facility is a tertiary care unit, we had nearly 28,000 admissions last month. Out of these admissions, 419 deaths were recorded with us (in September). The percentage is 1.45 per cent,” he added.

Sufferers from varied districts of the Marathwada area and cities in north Maharashtra go to the GMCH.

With inputs from PTI

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