Baby Dies After Being Mistakenly Declared Dead

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Delhi's Max Super Specialty Hospital that finds itself marred with a medical negligence case- wherein a newborn was declared dead, has now sacked the doctors responsible for the oversight.

(Web Desk) - A premature baby that was mistakenly pronounced dead by doctors in Delhi has died in another hospital where he was being treated. Dr Sandeep Gupta, director of Delhi Newborn Centre where the baby boy died, said it was a "losing battle" from day one.

The infant was declared dead by Max Hospital of Shalimar Bagh. The family called him "Champ" after his miraculous survival. "I was shocked. i couldn't believe my eyes".

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"We are shaken and concerned at this rare incident", said a spokesperson for the private Max Hospital. "We are in constant touch with the parents and are providing all the needed support". The hospital wrapped the two bodies in two separate paper bags and then handed over to the family in a polythene bag. Malik said that the government didn't give the family anything but "false promises".

Health Minister Satyendar Jain said on Wednesday that the government was ready to "take the strictest possible action" against the hospital.

The baby reportedly died on December 6. However, Dr Sanjeev Gupta of Aggarwal Hospital said that baby was of just 22 weeks and it was hard for him to survive from the start as he needed too much support.

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"Had the baby not been exposed for so many hours after his birth, maybe we could have probably prolonged his life longer", said Gupta.

"The preliminary report has found them guilty in certain aspects and the final report is expected in next two days".

"We wish to clarify that this action should not presuppose finding of any lapse by the expert group and should not be construed in any way to be anything other than an expression of our continued commitment to providing quality healthcare", the statement from Max Healthcare said. "In the meantime, we are fully cooperating with all relevant authorities on this issue", they added.

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While addressing a Press conference, hours after the premature born boy born breath his last at a nursing home in Pitampura, jain said that on November 22, a notice was sent to Max Hospital for allegedly violating norms related to services to be given to EWS patients.

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