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Gorakhpur hospital deaths: Oxygen supply 'disruption' claims 2 more lives, CM Yogi Adityanath orders probe

DNA Saturday, 12 August 2017
The alleged disruption in the supply of liquid oxygen at Gorakhpur's Baba Raghav Das Medical College's hospital has claimed lives of two more children on Saturday.

The children suffering from encephalitis, which is a sudden onset inflammation of the brain, reportedly died due to shortage of oxygen.

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News video: Gorakhpur Tragedy: IMA Blames Hospital For Deaths Due To Oxygen Shortage

Gorakhpur Tragedy: IMA Blames Hospital For Deaths Due To Oxygen Shortage 00:46

A fact finding team of the Indian Medical Association has held the hospital management responsible for carelessness which resulted in a series of deaths in the encephalitis ward of the Baba Ram Das Hospital due to shortage of Oxygen.

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