Please Help Sanjay Kumar Gouda Fight Severe Post Covid Complication | Milaap
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Please Help Sanjay Kumar Gouda Fight Severe Post Covid Complication
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    Debasish
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    Sanjay Family

    from Chikiti, Odisha

My newly-wed brother-in-law Mr. Sanjay Kumar Gouda (Age: 31) who got married to my sister on 4th May,2021 has been severely affected by Covid-19 and was admitted under ventilator at Aditya Ashwini Hospital, Bhubaneswar, Odisha on 29th May 2021. Unfortunately, there was no improvement of his health condition and now it is required to admit him urgently under ECMO facility and lung transplant must be performed without which it is not possible to save his life.

Sanjay is working as a Programmer Analyst in Boeing-India. He has an insurance coverage up to 5 lakhs only. His father is a farmer; mother is a housewife & younger brother studies in class 12. Being the only bread owner of his family, his family is solely dependent on him financially. It is not be possible to afford such a high amount of fund required for his treatment.

It is an earnest request to all to help how much you can assist for the treatment to save Sanjay’s life so that he can come back home healthy and happy.

Details of his hospitalization is mentioned below:
16th May 2021: Admitted in Sub-divisional hospital, Bhanjanagar, Odisha
18th May 2021: Admitted in Dist. Covid Hospital -1 (DCH-1) MKCG, Berhampur on referral from Sub-divisional hospital, Bhanjanagar, Ganjam, Odisha
19th May 2021: Declared Covid Positive (SRF ID: 2135400892993).
25th May 2021: Administered in NIV (Non Invasive Ventilation) in DCH-1.
29th May 2021: As condition was deteriorating, he was shifted to Aditya Ashwini Hospital, Bhubaneswar and was Incubated (Mechanically ventilated) in Bed No. 329, ICU 4.
06th June 2021: Due to no significant improvement in the oxygen level, he had undergone tracheostomy, but no improvement observed since then.

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