Patna City: At the Poli Nursing Home located in Mahendru’s training school mode under Sultanganj police station, there was a fierce commotion on Friday when a woman died during treatment. The clinics’ TV and other items were damaged. Seeing the ruckus, all the doctors and workers of the clinic fled.
Arun Shah, a resident of Mohammedpur, Mahendra, alleged that his health deteriorated as soon as he gave a needle to his 35-year-old wife, Mamta Devi. The mouth began to froth. In a hurry, the doctor at the clinic referred her to PMCH, where the doctor declared the woman dead. The police understood and pacified the family members who were making a ruckus at the clinic and nearby Ashok Rajpath. Station president Sher Singh Yadav says that the body is being sent for postmortem. The entire case will be investigated. Other important matters like licensing of clinics will also be investigated. A case of negligence in treatment has been registered.
Arun Shah, originally from Chausa in Samastipur, is living in a rented house in Mohammadpur in Mahendrau. He works to sell Golgappa. The husband and relatives of the deceased said that there was swelling in Mamta’s baby girl. After being shown at the clinic, the doctor asked for the operation. 8: Friday morning to get the operation done At 30, the patient came to the clinic with the patient. As soon as Mamta was given an injection in OT, her health started deteriorating. The doctor hurriedly gave me a second injection. After this, the doctor called an ambulance and asked the patient to take him to the PMCH emergency. The family of Mamta Devi says that she has given 35 thousand rupees to the clinic for the operation. Dresser Gudiya Kumari of Poli Nursing Home told that the operator of the clinic is Shivkumar. Here the doctors of PMCH and other hospitals come on call. Only water was offered to carry out the operation of Mamta Devi’s baby girl. During this time, his health worsened, then the doctor referred to the PMCH. He died on the way. Gudiya Kumari said that 10,000 has been returned to the patient’s family.