Maharashtra: Covid patient jumps from hospital construction at Palghar, sustains head accidents | Thane News


MUMBAI: A 38-year old Covid-19 patient attempted suicide by leaping from the third-floor of a hospital where he had been declared in Vikramgad on Sunday.
The individual, a resident of Jambivli, Bhiwandi, sustained serious head injuries and has been treated in Nair hospital at Mumbai.
On Sunday morning, the individual left his bed in the Revere hospital, Vikramgad, to visit the bathroom. He rather walked into the patio on the next floor and jumped. He landed on the floor with severe head injuries. He had been detected by a hospital personnel who advised officials. They stabilised him at the hospital and afterwards altered him to Nair hospital. He had been discovered with Covid per week ago and has been admitted to the Poscher Covid care center in Wada. On Saturday, he had been changed to the 200-mattress dedicated Covid hospital at Vikramgad.
Vikramgad police registered an inadvertent instance.
In May, a 45-year-old Covid patient jumped from the hospital window at Nalasopara. He landed on a heap of sand and continued fracture into a leg. His next peel report was awaited and that he feared that the virus could take his lifetime.
Dr Ajay Sankhe, heading the Covid hospital at Bhayander and manager of the Bhaktivedanta hospital at Mira Road explained that Covid patients want maximum counseling and assurance they can conquer the virus. He explained that Covid hospitals need to have a dedicated counselling mobile. He explained that physicians and health workers in their personal capacity do attempt to advise patients but they require a whole lot of encouragement.


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