How to Save Ourself From Sick Hospitals?


How to Save Ourself From Sick Hospitals?

This is news of a week back, a lady named Jasoda Kunwar who admitted herself in Geetanjali Hospital located on Eklingpura Road. According to her relative Surendra Singh; she was operated for about 3 hours and after the operation they were told by the doctors that she needs to be operated again. In evening doctors informed about an attack to the patient and she was admitted in ICU and later they were informed that the patient is dead.

 
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This is news of a week back, a lady named Jasoda Kunwar who admitted herself in Geetanjali Hospital located on Eklingpura Road. According to her relative Surendra Singh; she was operated for about 3 hours and after the operation they were told by the doctors that she needs to be operated again. In evening, doctors informed about an attack to the patient and she was admitted in ICU and later they were informed that the patient is dead.

How to Save Ourself From Sick Hospitals?

What Hospital Management says on this?

Jasoda Kunwar got a cardiac arrest in the operation theater as for which her heartbeat was restored and she was set to life saving drugs. With that, the hospital management informed her husband about the situation. The patient was transferred to ICU and she was alive on ventilators and died after that. The blame on the hospital management is inappropriate and the patient had cancer which was already communicated to the relatives.

Sonal Solanki – Deputy Medical Superintendent

What relatives say on this?

According to the relatives, Jasoda died on the operation table and reason of death was excess bleeding and it was hided from the relatives and they were misguided saying for another operation and the dead body was transferred to ICU with demanding excess money for medical prescriptions.

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We have many good hospitals in Udaipur and to some extent we are proud of that. However cases like this make us again to think of the proud we have on the medical services of our town or rather I can say like the blind faith we carry on the medical facilities that our town provides. This is not the first time that a patient has died on the operation table and neither for the doctors who are running away from their responsibilities and guiltiness. Mismanagement in hospitals is also not new to see as they are continuously admitting those patients for whom the hospital doesn’t have proper facilities.

I do not have any personal issues with any hospital or doctors and even their managements. I personally respect the doctors for their hard work and dedication. However, I have problems when it comes to birth of such cases in the town. They can be of any reason like not paying proper attention, cleanliness, and unhygienic environment, doctors not visiting patients on time and trainee nurses taking care of serious cases.

I am afraid to say that a day would come when the locals of Udaipur would love travelling to Ahemdabad for just taking good stitches on their wounds. No, seriously, am not making any joke here because as to have plasters for the leg fracture we like to move and that shows a bad goodwill for the hospitals of Udaipur.

In spite of such good hospitals and famous doctors why and what is the reason that they are not able to take proper care of the patients. I personally think that these money making hospital managements would surely have an answer to it.

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