December 5, 2021

Up: Oxygen tube came out on Breaker in Chitrakoot, Family Was Carrying Ambulance to Prayagraj, Newborn Died


News Desk, Amar Ujala, Kanpur
Updated Fri, 11 Dec 2020 10:18 PM IST

Ambulance reached Chitrakoot district hospital
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An infant carrying an ambulance from Banda to Prayagraj in Chitrakoot, Uttar Pradesh, died after an oxygen tube came out on the breaker. The family accused the ambulance staff of negligence, while the ambulance staff denied it. Omprakash, a resident of Baberu, Banda, said that Komal, wife of younger brother Rajbahadur, was admitted to the hospital on Friday morning due to labor pains.

Seeing the condition of the newborn after delivery, the doctors referred him to Banda Hospital. In the afternoon, the doctors referred the mother-child to Prayagraj. The child had an oxygen tube. When the car bounced on the breaker on the way, it left. The family several times asked the ambulance staff to install an oxygen tube but they did nothing.

He asked the child to see a doctor at Chitrakoot District Hospital. The child was declared dead here. The relatives said to complain about it in Banda. Later, after taking the body of the child, the family returned to Banda from the same ambulance. On the other hand, EMP of Ambulance Prem Prakash told that the newborn had an ambubag. He left on the way.

It is not possible to apply it properly without a doctor, especially with the newborn. In such a situation, the ambulance was quickly brought to the district hospital Chitrakoot so that it could be corrected. There was enough oxygen in the vehicle. Umesh Dwivedi, program manager of ambulance in Banda, said that every vehicle has enough oxygen.

An infant carrying an ambulance from Banda to Prayagraj in Chitrakoot, Uttar Pradesh, died after an oxygen tube came out on the breaker. The family accused the ambulance staff of negligence, while the ambulance staff denied it. Omprakash, a resident of Baberu, Banda, said that Komal, wife of younger brother Rajbahadur, was admitted to the hospital on Friday morning due to labor pains.

Seeing the condition of the newborn after delivery, the doctors referred him to Banda Hospital. In the afternoon, the doctors referred the mother-child to Prayagraj. The child had an oxygen tube. When the car bounced on the breaker on the way, it left. The family several times asked the ambulance staff to install an oxygen tube but they did nothing.

He asked the child to see a doctor at Chitrakoot District Hospital. The child was declared dead here. The relatives said to complain about it in Banda. Later, after taking the body of the child, the family returned to Banda from the same ambulance. On the other hand, EMP of Ambulance Prem Prakash told that the newborn had an ambubag. He left on the way. It is not possible to apply it properly without a doctor, especially with the newborn. In such a situation, the ambulance was quickly brought to the district hospital Chitrakoot so that it could be corrected. There was enough oxygen in the vehicle. Umesh Dwivedi, program manager of ambulance in Banda, said that every vehicle has enough oxygen.


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