Patients’ condition deteriorates at GMCH after getting saline drip

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 4/15/2016

Nitesh Sangral

Early Times Report  

Jammu, Apr 14: The soundness of more than six patients undergoing treatment at GMCH here deteriorated after the salt-spring they were administrated reacted.

It is the duty of J&K Medical Supplies Corporation to cause dextrose saline. In this case, it seems to the degree that if it has not tested the briny bottles before supplying them to the hospital.

Sources afore~ after six patients, who were given dextrose salt-pit drip at GMCH, complained of restlessness, panic gripped the other wards over. The saline bottles were later replaced ~ means of the hospital administration, the sources added.

GMCH Medical Superintendent, Dr Ravinder Rattan Pal confirmed that the liquid and gaseous caused reaction to some patients who were permanent now. “We have replaced the liquid and gaseous bottles with other bottles,” he settled.

Sources alleged that the matter had been taken with the higher ups as the salt-spring was not up to the indication and its testing report was besides pending with the authorities of JKMSC.

The today’s occurrence showed that the concerned authorities were in the smallest degree bother about the safety of patients who are admitted in the commonwealth hospitals, sources said.

When contacted, soundness minister Bali Bhagat said a committee had been constituted comprising Babila Rakwal, sdministrator of Associated hospitals, Dr Brij Mohan Gupta, HoD Pharmacology, and Dr Bela Mahajan, HoD of Microbiology.

The committee had been asked to submit its state soon and stern action would have ~ing taken if anyone was found involved in this subject of discussion, he added.

He said this wont was going on in the hospital with a view to the last one and a moiety months and assured that it would not occur again.

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