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Preliminary report holds hospital guilty

06 December 2017, 10:17 | Winifred Adams

Preliminary report holds hospital guilty

Preliminary report holds hospital guilty

"After being declared dead, babies were given to us in packets, when we left for cremation ground we noticed movement and on checking found one was breathing".

A preliminary inquiry report submitted by a Delhi government-appointed three-member panel of doctors to Health Minister Satyendra Kumar Jain on Tuesday revealed that Max didn't follow prescribed medical norms in dealing with newborns.

The inquiry found out that the hospital authorities didn't do an ECG, to find if the babies were dead.

Earlier, NDTV reported that no ECG was done on the infant to check whether he is alive or not.

The baby was rushed back to the hospital and placed on life support.

The hospital said: "We are shaken and concerned at this rare incident".

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This incident came days after another private hospital, Fortis, in Gurugram was accused of charging the family of a seven-year-old dengue patient, who later died, nearly Rs 18 lakh for 15 days in the ICU.

The babies were placed in plastic bags and driven to a crematorium - but on the way, the parents discovered the second child was still alive. Video from the hospital also was being reviewed, police said.

One of 14 "Max Healthcare Super Specialty" hospitals, the hospital boasts of world-class healthcare services.

Max Healthcare, which runs 13 other hospitals in India, said the firings of Doctors AP Mehta and Vishal Gupta are a "reflection of our commitment to higher standards of care". "The difference between a mistake and negligence is deliberate action".

The Indian Medical Association weighed in on the case, issuing a warning for hospitals that a body's metabolism can be "suspended" in cases of severe hypothermia and may protect against oxygen deprivation for an extended period of time.

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