A doctor infected with coronavirus lost his life due to non-accessibility of ventilator in various medical hospitals of Karachi.
Blunder and healthcare system arrangement of the Sindh territory as Dr Furqan lost his life due to non-accessibility of ventilators in government medical hospitals, though, the private emergency hospitals have likewise dismissed to take him in as they were already having a lot coronavirus patients.
A resigned general doctor Dr Furqan of Karachi Institute of Heart Diseases turned into the victim of coronavirus around a week back and went into isolation at his home.
After his wellbeing condition worsen at home, the family moved to various medical hospitals including Sindh Institute of Urology and Transplantation ‘SIUT’ and Indus Hospital however they were sent back due to non-accessibility of coronavirus.
Dr Furqan continued battling for life at ambulance for two hours, in any case, he lost his life when the family carried him to Dow’s Ojha clinic.
It developed that the majority of the ventilators in the government hospitals were short regardless of the high claims of Sindh government to spend more than Rs2 billion on wellbeing services to battle COVID-19 outbreak.
Sindh emergency hospitals have around 350 ventilators out of which more than 70 were discovered out of order.
President of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf ‘PTI’ Karachi, Khurram Sher Zaman, communicated distress over the death of Dr Furqan and paid rich tribute to his services for humankind.
He communicated shock that wellbeing services were not accessible in any event, for one doctor in Karachi. He included that the circumstance would be different if the legislature put forth its attempts to execute lockdown and consumption of medical appliances opposed to spreading fear among residents.
Zaman commanded the resignation of the provincial health minister over poor services of action for forestalling valuable lives of residents in the middle of coronavirus outbreak.
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