Oxygen generation plant inaugurated at Patiala's Rajindra Hospital

Oxygen generation plant inaugurated at Patiala's Rajindra Hospital

Patiala, June 4

The local Member of Parliament (MP), Preneet Kaur, today inaugurated the first 1,000 LPM capacity PSA (pressure swing adsorption) oxygen generation plant at the MCH building of Government Rajindra Hospital. The MP said 10 such oxygen plants were being set up in Patiala district. “I have dedicated Rs2.08 crore from my MPLAD fund for setting up and maintenance of this project,” the MP added.

“These PSA plants will help in meeting the escalating demand of medical oxygen due to the Covid pandemic in Patiala district,” the MP said.

On the occasion, the MP also inaugurated a new oxygen manifold setup at a cost of Rs62.78 lakh in the newly built Covid ward of Rajindra Hospital.—TNS

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