Delhi: Newborn wrongly declared dead by Max hospital doctors dies


A three-member doctors' panel constituted by the Delhi government on Tuesday submitted its preliminary report on Max Hospital to Delhi government.

The newborn declared dead by Max hospital, who was found to be alive later by parents, has also passed away during treatment at a hospital in Pitampura in New Delhi. They opened the bag to find the live child. The family was later informed by the hospital that the twins were stillborn and handed over to the family, they said. Jain had said that, if required, the hospital's licence will be cancelled.

According to The Hindustran Times, the boy's father, Ashish Kumar, alleged the doctors who helped his wife deliver the babies requested Rs 50 lakh - about 75 cents in Dollars - to keep the baby alive, and another Rs 35,000 - about $540 in USD - to sustain the chances of his wife's survival.

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I'm not unsure, I'm not sure, I don't think about it", he added. It is how it is and I am really looking forward to it. I can only apologise; it was not my intention'.

The hospital group had ordered an inquiry into the case on December 1. The family was taking the twins for last rites at the time.

"We tore the packet, there were 2-3 clothes and polythene bags". Later, the mother and baby admitted to another hospital.

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has said that the government would come up with a legal framework to check the "loot" and "criminal negligence" by private hospitals in the wake of the Max incident.

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New Delhi police are continuing to review hospital records as well as video footage from the twins' birth to better understand how the doctor's arrived at the conclusion. "We have initiated a detailed inquiry, pending which the doctors concerned have been asked to proceed on leave immediately".

A similar incident was reported from Safdarjung Hospital in June when a newborn was found alive after doctors had declared the baby dead.

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