The hospital requires a minimum of 11,000 cubic metres of liquid oxygen daily and has a consumption of 10,000 cubic metres per day.
In the morning, the medical facility said it had 4,000 cubic metres of oxygen left which would last for eight hours.
The hospital had raised an alarm at 10:30 PM on Saturday, saying its oxygen stock would last only an hour.
Sir Ganga Ram Hospital on Saturday asked the government to consider reducing patient intake amid a deepening oxygen crisis in Delhi.
In an SOS statement, the hospital on Friday morning said lives of 60 critical patients were in peril and that the oxygen will last only for another two hours.
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There are more than 500 coronavirus patients, including around 150 on high flow oxygen support, admitted in Sir Ganga Ram Hospital located in central Delhi.
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According to the officials of Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, there are more than 510 COVID-19 patients admitted in the hospital out of whom 142 patients are on high flow oxygen support.
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AIIMS has also temporarily closed down the routine walk-in OPD patient registrations, including at the speciality clinics and all the centres of the hospital, with effect from Thursday.
Doctors said the patient had a tumour over the right half of the face, orbit and forehead to which 'various leading hospitals in India, the United Kingdom and Dubai refused a surgical solution'.
The North MCD on Thursday started a survey of properties for assessing the tax. On the first day more than 1,200 property owners were issued notice over property tax in the Karol Bagh zone.
On January 25 and 26, Kumar underwent successful hip replacement surgeries at Sir Ganga Ram Hospital.
The Sir Ganga Ram Hospital authorities had said mortality is currently being seen in the range of 50 per cent (five patients), with certain deaths when there is involvement of brain.
The ENT and Eye team at Sir Ganga Ram have had to do resections procedure in about 10 patients over the last fortnight, with about 50 per cent losing their eyesight permanently.