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Hyderabad: Yashoda Hospital Vandalised over death of a patient


Hyderabad: Yashoda Hospital Vandalised over death of a patient

Hyderabad: The family of a 24-year-old man, who underwent a brain surgery at Hyderabad’s Yashodha Hospital and later died, vandalised the hospital.
According to Raju’s family, he was admitted here after he got injured while playing cricket.
They claimed that the doctors performed a brain surgery and raised a bill of Rs 7 lakh for the 10-day treatment.

They further said that once the bills were cleared, the hospital declared Raju dead.

An investigation is underway.

In the recent, corporate hospitals have fallen under the grave controversy of overcharging and improper treatment, especially in case of ICU-patients. Recently, Fortis Hospital Gurugram faced the wrath of the general public as well as the government, following the death of a 7-year-old dengue patient Adya Singh
In the investigation process, the government-appointed committee found hospital guilty and imposed the criminal negligence charges. Later the hospital received the license suspension order from the government for blood bank and pharmacy.
The similar incident was reported at Medanta-The Medicity, where the hospital faced allegations for overcharging in the treatment of a 7-year-old dengue patient, who later died after being shifted to another Delhi hospital



Source: with agency inputs
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    Dr venkatesh BABU K V January 30, 2018, 12:36 pm

    Empower MBBS doctors.
    Scrap all of courses in medical colleges.

    Start residency scheme.
    Work for 3 years, 6 postings in different hospitals, in DNB or MCI Recognised hospitals. 1 yr in govt. Taluk or district hospitsl.
    Appear for DNB exam , pass the exam and get the degree.

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    Narayan Rao Damera January 30, 2018, 10:24 am

    Concentrate on the issue at hand, the senseless attack on a hospital. This type of hooliganism is to be condemned and a case should be booked under \’act 11 of 2008\’ and punished.

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    dr p.gangadhara rao January 30, 2018, 8:32 am

    OUR COUNTRY IS GOING LAND IN A MEDICAL EMERGENCY AS THE CONFIDENCE LEVELS OA PATIENT DOCTOR RELATIONSHIP REACHING THE LOWEST EBB. RED SIGNAL ALERT FOR ALL THE ROLE PLAYERS

  4. Its very inappropriate for medical dialogues team to portray doctors and hospitals ib such a bad light…

    Where do running costs comes from… Elevtricity / salary / and som many things else….

    Its for the ppl to decide whether to go to a pvt hospital or go to govt set up.

    Yes, pvt hospitals can show their charges upfront whatever they may be….

    They will stop taking serious patients if such tgings continue