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Kin of patient creates ruckus at hospital over ‘medical negligence’

Indore : Family members of a woman created ruckus at Life Line Hospital alleging medical negligence against the staff on Saturday. Kin of a pregnant woman alleged that health conditions of the patient started deteriorating after her caesarean delivery as she was having continuous bleeding even after being operated for the second time. Tabassum Khan, resident of Khajrana, underwent caesarean delivery on Saturday but her conditions started deteriorating soon after the operation. “Hospital staff took her to the operation theatre…

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Medical negligence: Probe team may submit report today

ALAPPUZHA: The medical team investigating the post-delivery death of a woman allegedly after medical negligence at Medical College Hospital here is likely to submit its report to the health minister by Monday. The team led by Kottayam Medical College Gynaecology department head Dr C.P. Vijayan began the probe on Thursday. They took statements of 33 people including officials, doctors, nurses, her relatives and husband and received the forensic report. Dr A. Ramla Beevi, director of medical education, said she received the…

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Family alleges medical negligence in girl’s death

Drug reaction may have caused death, says DMO; relatives protest at hospital The family of the girl who died on Wednesday, allegedly due to negligence on the part of doctors and officials at the Karuvelipady Government Hospital, on Thursday staged a protest in front of the hospital. The body of Aishwarya, 18, daughter of Sudheer of Pullikka Parambu House, Eda Kochi, was taken by her relatives to the hospital where locals too joined them. The demonstration caused a major traffic…

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MEDICAL COUNCIL ASKS FOR GREATER POWERS

Hospital, labs may soon be under their jurisdiction In an attempt to bring every medical service provider within the ambit of the law and to keep tabs on unethical practices, the Maharashtra Medical Council (MMC) has urged the state government to amend the MMC Act of 1965 and equip them with adequate powers. The MMC has demanded the right to take action against corporate and charitable hospitals, health institutions, pathological laboratories, bogus doctors and private clinics. The council plans to…

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MMC seeks power to hear cases of medical negligence against hospitals, clinics

The Maharashtra Medical Council (MMC) has requested the state government to widen its jurisdiction to allow it to hear cases of medical negligence against hospitals, clinics and nursing homes. It has sent the request to the Department of Medical Education. Currently, the MMC only hears cases of medical negligence against doctors. The proposal comes after the council came across a series of cases where it could not act against medical bodies due to limited jurisdiction. In 2013, Mahad-based doctor Himmatrao…

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Alleged medical negligence: Pregnant woman dies at hospital in Hyderabad

Hyderabad: In yet another incident of alleged medical negligence, a pregnant woman died at a private hospital in Hyderabad. According to the report published in DC, V. Revathi (26), wife of B. Deepak visited a hospital in Musheerabad for her delivery. She died on Monday. Talking about this case, Sub-Inspector of Musheerabad, Mr. Rama Rao told that Revathi died due to cardiac arrest. He further said that family members of the deceased claims that it is the case of medical negligence. Revathi’s father, V.…

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Family members agitate at CNMCH after minor’s death

KOLKATA: Tension erupted at Calcutta National Medical College and Hospital (CNMCH) on late Sunday night following the death of a two-and-a-half-year old girl whose family members allege medical negligence. Following the news, the family members of the victim ransacked a portion of the hospital and broke the windowpanes of the emergency ward. A heated altercation broke out between the deceased’s relatives and hospital staff members. A huge contingent of police rushed to the spot to bring the situation under control.…

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Homeopath Administering Allopathy Medicines, Sent to 14 day Judicial Custody

Pune: A homeopathy practitioner practicing in the area has now been sent to 14 day magisterial custody, on orders of a Shivajinagar Court in a case of alleged medical negligence that led to the death of a 16-year-old patient. The case relates to the treatment of a 16-year-old who had gone for treatment to the homeopath doctor with complaints of vomiting and severe ear and throat pain. However, instead of referring the patient to a qualified allopathy doctor, the homeopath…

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Medical negligence in death of woman alleged

Musheerabad: A pregnant woman died allegedly because of medical negligence at a private hospital here on Monday. She was identified as Revathi (28) of Bharath Nagar.  The victim was admitted to the hospital on Sunday night.    She breathed her last in the emergency ward on Monday.  Family members and relatives of the victims staged protest in front of the hospital alleging medical negligence. Chikkadpally Assistant Commissioner of Police Pradeep Kumar visited the hospital and conducted an enquiry. Source : http://www.thehansindia.com/posts/index/Crime/2018-01-22/Medical-negligence-in-death-of-woman-alleged-/353627…

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