Chamba – In Chamba district of Himachal Pradesh, due to four hours late arrival of ambulance, the baby of a woman has died on the way, while on the other hand, the condition of the mother after delivery is also said to be critical.
All the claims of the Himachal Pradesh government about providing better health services in the rural areas of Dalhousie Assembly of Chamba district of Himachal Pradesh have once again been exposed.
After the incident of death of a pregnant woman and a newborn baby in Bhajoutra Gram Panchayat of Dalhousie Assembly in Chamba district a day earlier, once again there has been a death due to delay in arrival of ambulance.
Another newborn baby died in Dalhousie assembly of Chamba district –
Due to lack of doctors and medical facilities in the rural areas of Himachal Pradesh, newborn babies are continuously losing their lives.
On the one hand, in Himachal Pradesh, a case of death of a newborn baby has come to light from Telka in Chamba district.
In Telka rural area of Chamba district of Himachal Pradesh, a woman delivered her newborn baby in an ambulance due to the delay in arrival of the ambulance by four hours. The newborn baby died on the spot. The newborn baby died completely in the ambulance due to difficulty in breathing.
On the other hand, the overall condition of the woman is said to be critical due to excessive bleeding due to delivery in an ambulance.
Due to the critical condition of the woman, the woman has been admitted to Chamba Medical College to stop the bleeding.
Due to her condition becoming increasingly serious in Chamba Medical College, the woman has been admitted to the ICU ward of the Medical College and Hospital.
The Himachal Pradesh government’s claims of providing all the better health facilities in the rural areas of Dalhousie assembly of Chamba district of Himachal Pradesh have once again been exposed.
Earlier, the entire incident of death of a pregnant woman and a newborn baby had happened a day earlier in Bhajoutra Gram Panchayat of Chamba district of Himachal Pradesh.
The death of a newborn baby due to lack of medical facilities in Chamba district has created a stir in the entire Chamba district.
Twenty-four year old Jetun and his wife Yasin in Chamba district
She had reached her maternal home in Mauda village for delivery. Due to Yasin having labor pain in the afternoon, an ambulance was called to Mauda village at around 2 pm. But despite Yasin’s labor pains increasing continuously, the ambulance reached Mauda village at six in the evening, due to which Yasin had to get the delivery done in the ambulance itself.
Dean of Chamba Medical College Hospital said that the ambulance had gone from Mauda village to Chamba Medical College Hospital with another patient, whose ambulance reached Mauda village late.
The ambulance carrying a pregnant woman named Yasin had left for Chamba Medical College, but at a distance of one kilometer, Yasin gave birth to a newborn baby in the ambulance.
Yasin’s newborn baby died during delivery due to lack of oxygen. Yasin had become completely unconscious due to excessive bleeding, due to which the woman was admitted to Chamba Medical College in an unconscious state.
After giving first aid to Yasin at Chamba Medical College in Chamba district, Yasin has been admitted to ICU as his condition became critical.
On the other hand, Yasin’s family accused Chamba Medical College that if Yasin’s delivery had been done by the doctors at Primary Health Center Telka (Salwan), then no incident would have happened.
Also, Acting Medical Superintendent of Chamba Medical College, Dr. Devendra Kumar told Diary Times correspondent Kumud Sharma that due to critical condition of Yasin, the woman has been admitted to Medical College Chamba.
Also, since Yasin’s condition is critical, he has been admitted to the ICU for first aid. The condition of woman Yasin is said to be critical. On this occasion, Dalhousie Assembly MLA DS Thakur told Diary Times correspondent Kumud Sharma that there has been a shortage of doctors in Telka and Dandi of Dalhousie Assembly due to continuously vacant posts, due to which Himachal Pradesh Government and Himachal Pradesh Health Minister. Colonel Dhaniram Shandil has also been informed by writing a letter. Due to continuous shortage of doctors, the entire population of five thousand people in Telka and Dundee area is not getting health services. Himachal Pradesh Government has been continuously informed about this situation.
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