Kin creates a ruckus at M over child’s death

FPJ BureauUpdated: Saturday, June 01, 2019, 03:08 PM IST
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They alleged the patient didn’t get timely treatment

Indore: One more case of medical negligence came to light on Monday, when family members of a deceased one- yearold boy created ruckus at M Hospital. They alleged that the boy died as he did not get timely treatment in the hospital.

As per information, one Kushal Thakur ( 1), a resident of Mangliya, died in the hospital on Monday morning. He was admitted in the hospital on Sunday evening. Deceased’s father, Rajesh, said that Kushal had head injury about three months ago and was treated at Aurobindo Hospital. “ We didn’t go for surgery that time due to some financial crisis but on Sunday morning we took Kushal to M Hospital,” he said.

He further alleged that the hospital administration informed us that the patient’s surgery has been scheduled at 9 am but the doctor didn’t come till 3 pm.

“ He could be saved if he got timely treatment,” Rajesh added. However, the senior hospital administration refused to have any information about the case.

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