Hours, more than 30 deaths later, oxygen supply to Gorakhpur hospital is still to be restored

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Hours, more than 30 deaths later, oxygen supply to Gorakhpur hospital is still to be restored
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Government doctors who specialise in treating children in intensive care units said that disruption of oxygen supply can prove fatal. "Oxygen is just like a medicine," said Dr Jayshree Mondkar, head of neonatal intensive care unit, Lokmanya Tilak General Medical College in Mumbai. "If the oxygen delivery to the child is stopped, the baby will turn blue (because of lack of oxygen) in his body and may even die." It is the same for adults if the oxygen being delivered to them is stopped - the outcome is fatal.

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