The household of the 35-year-old girl who succumbed to Covid-19 after delivering two child women at YCM Hospital on Tuesday night time has accused the hospital workers of “not taking proper care”. The hospital administration has denied the accusations whereas promising to launch a probe into the incident.
Asha Vanshiv delivered twins through caesarean part at 7 pm on Monday after which her oxygen ranges had dropped and medical doctors really useful that she be shifted to an ICU instantly.
Her husband, Kalidas Vanshiv, who works in an industrial unit in Pimpri-Chinchwad, stated, “We searched (for an ICU) in Sassoon hospital as her oxygen level had dipped. The doctors there said bring her to the hospital, then they will decide whether to admit her or not…How was this possible?” After that, he contacted a minimum of two different hospitals, however in addition they didn’t have accessible ICU beds.
At 11 pm, the YCMH administration lastly managed to discover a ventilator mattress within the hospital itself. But Kalidas stated the hospital workers was not prepared to assist them shift his spouse. He and one in every of his relations then carried Asha on a stretcher from the Covid Labour Room to the ICU. “They provided one woman employee who just accompanied us while I and my nephew put my wife on the stretcher, caught hold of the oxygen cylinder and carried her from the Covid Labour Room to the ICU. Even in the ICU, the doctors were not aware that the patient was being brought there. They wanted to know why she was brought to the ICU. After that, I and my nephew lifted her and put her on the bed in the ICU. Till then, nobody came near…” he stated.
While taking her to the ICU, Asha stated she had respiratory drawback. “She said she should be shifted as soon as possible…luvkar kara, luvkar kar..(shift me fast), she said,” Vashniv recalled, saying that his spouse had expressed pleasure when he informed her she had given start to 2 wholesome women.
Sameer Bhalerao, the newphew of the deceased, stated, “She tested Covid-19 positive and was not feeling well. Yet she was allowed to return home in three-four days. When her condition deteriorated, we had to readmit her. On top of this, before the operation they told us we should search for a ventilator bed for her…Even after the operation, they asked us to search for the bed.”
Kalidas stated the 2 women meant rather a lot to him and his spouse as that they had their first youngster after an extended wait of 17 years. “We prayed and prayed and finally we got joy after 17 long years. But unfortunately, the joy did not last long.”
The deceased was staying along with her brother in Pimprigaon. The household lives in Dhankawadi.
Vanshiv stated he’s now fearful concerning the security of his two women who’ve each examined unfavorable. “My test report is also awaited,” he stated.
Dr Deepali Ambike stated the kids have been in NICU and are being taken care of. “We are looking after the two babies, they are healthy and doing fine. They will be discharged after 10 days,” he stated.
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YCMH dean Dr Rajendra Wable stated his administration will probe all the incident. “We will investigate and take corrective measures,” he stated.