GREATER NOIDA: A two-year-old boy who suffered head injuries after falling off the second floor of the home in Dadha on Wednesday morning has been denied therapy at three hospitals and two health centers in Gautam Budh Nagar, such as Child PGI, prior to being eventually accepted in by Delhi’s Safdarjung hospital, his dad has alleged.
This situation occurs days after a pregnant girl in Noida expired after being denied therapy or”known” by eight physicians.
Roshan said about 9am on Wednesday, his son Dev inadvertently fell to a puddle of sand from the second floor of the home when enjoying and lost consciousness. “We rushed him into the regional public gym at which physician advised us to change him to a hospital. We then took Dev into Ivory Hospital at Sector 36 where physicians gave him first aid and requested me to visit a different hospital since they did not have MRI or CT scan facility”
For another half an hour, Roshan needed to post his son in an ambulance from 1 hospital to another — Community Health Centre at Bisrakh into Yatharth Hospital at Sector 110 into Child PGI — after every one turned away him on the ground they did not have”the ideal facilities to deal with the boy”. “Ultimately, we chose him to Safdarjung hospital, where physicians confessed him,” he explained.
The district government ordered a probe on Wednesday evening following pictures of this man and the boy doing the rounds of hospitals went viral.
“Physicians in these hospitals assessed the individual and because there weren’t any MRI or CT Scan facility accessible, they had to refer him to other areas. Ivory Hospital provided an ambulance and coordinated with other associations before Safdarjung hospital consented,” stated sub-divisional magistrate (Sadar) Prasoon Dwivedi. The sub-divisional magistrate added that the boy is nice and recovering from accidents at the Delhi hospital.
Ivory Hospital stated,”We feared that he sustained a head injury and therefore, asked the individual to find an MRI and CT scan completed. As we don’t have that center, we’d asked the individual to return following the evaluations.”