Newborn Mistakenly Declared Dead by Delhi Hospital is Suddenly Discovered Alive

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The Probe begins when a newborn baby allegedly declared dead by the two doctors of Max Hospital, Shalimar Bagh Delhi.

The first parenthood experience of Varsha Bidawat, transformed into a bad dream when doctors announced her premature twins had passed on, instantly after their delivery.

The alive child was one among twins delivered by a lady at the Max Hospital in Shalimar Bagh on Thursday. Where doctors announced the death of both the child after a couple of hours of delivery. And handed over the bodies in a covered packet.

But, One child has been saved subsequent when the family saw a slight development in a body pack, while they were heading towards a burial service ground for the twins.

As per Versha’s husband, Versha delivered a baby boy and a girl on November 30 around 7:42 am after which the doctors immediately declared the baby girl as dead and the boy in a critical condition as his weight was 75 grams. But around 1:30 pm the doctors informed us about the death of the baby boy on a ventilator. The doctors packed both the bodies in a packet and handed over to us.

After which the family went to the funeral and suddenly noticed a slight movement in one of the body bags while they were heading towards the funeral ground.

Max Healthcare has decided to take a strict action against the doctors also, terminated both of them from their services.

Meanwhile, Max has also initiated an inquiry into the matter.

“We are shaken and concerned at this rare incident. We have initiated a detailed inquiry, pending which, the concerned doctor has been asked to proceed on leave immediately. We are in constant touch with the parents and are providing all the needed support,” said the hospital in a statement.

DCP north-west Aslam Khan said they have received a complaint from the parents of the child.

“As per procedure, we will carry an inquiry and submit our findings to the Delhi Medical Council and Medical Council of India seeking further directions from them,” said Khan.

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