The investigation team called the relatives of the dead babies and recorded their statements

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The team set up by the CMO to investigate the deaths of four babies born in 11 hours at the Community Health Center (CHC) on Thursday recorded the statements of relatives of the dead babies. This team will soon present the research report to the CMO.
Poonam, wife of Devendra, a resident of Fatehpur Khadar village, gave birth to a baby on Monday at 5pm at the CHC. Relatives said he died at the time of birth. The health department said the baby had died before he was born. Bina, wife of Sarvesh, a resident of Agoraula Kala village, gave birth to the baby on Monday at 7.30pm. It was derived in critical condition. He had died along the way. Bunty’s wife, Rinki, a resident of Jhontna village, gave birth to the baby at 3pm on Monday night. He was also said to have died before he was born. Omvir’s wife, Savita, a resident of the village of Sutari, gave birth to the baby at 6 a.m. Tuesday, but he was also unable to survive.
When there was a shock at the CHC for the deaths of four babies in 11 hours, CMO Dr. Rajiv Singhal immediately arrived at the CHC facilities and asked about the matter. Along with this, a two-member research team was set up under the supervision of the additional medical officer in chief Dr.DK Singh.
On Thursday, the research team arrived at the CHC and questioned the female staff it handed over. Consult the records on the premises. After that, relatives of the dead babies were called and their statements were recorded. In the conversation with relatives, the question of whether or not the child cried at birth was common to the research team. Apart from this, raising the issue of labor negligence on the part of the CHC staff, the opinion of the relatives was known.
The research team says the report will soon be delivered to the CMO. The CMO said that, based on the investigation report, the next decision will be made in this matter.
The vaccination card has also been reviewed
In the case of the deaths of four babies born in 11 hours at the CHC, the research team has also reviewed the vaccination cards of the four maternity hospitals. It was seen whether the vaccines prescribed to them were given on time during pregnancy. Apart from this, information related to the consumption of iron pills and other nutritious foods was also taken.
The baby’s heart was beating at the time of the ultrasound
Bunty, a neighbor of Jhontna village, said the woman had an ultrasound done on Monday (July 11) at nine in the morning. In which it was said that the heartbeat of the fetus was fine. He was admitted to the CHC at 11pm during labor pain. When the birth took place at three in the evening, information was given about the birth of a dead baby.

The team set up by the CMO to investigate the deaths of four babies born in 11 hours at the Community Health Center (CHC) on Thursday recorded the statements of relatives of the dead babies. This team will soon present the research report to the CMO.

Poonam, wife of Devendra, a resident of Fatehpur Khadar village, gave birth to a baby on Monday at 5pm at the CHC. Relatives said he died at the time of birth. The health department said the baby had died before he was born. Bina, wife of Sarvesh, a resident of Agoraula Kala village, gave birth to the baby on Monday at 7.30pm. It was derived in critical condition. He had died along the way. Bunty’s wife, Rinki, a resident of Jhontna village, gave birth to the baby at 3pm on Monday night. He was also said to have died before he was born. Omvir’s wife, Savita, a resident of the village of Sutari, gave birth to the baby at 6 a.m. Tuesday, but he was also unable to survive.

When there was a shock at the CHC for the deaths of four babies in 11 hours, CMO Dr. Rajiv Singhal immediately arrived at the CHC facilities and asked about the matter. Along with this, a two-member research team was set up under the supervision of the additional medical officer in chief Dr.DK Singh.

On Thursday, the research team arrived at the CHC and questioned the female staff it handed over. Consult the records on the premises. After that, relatives of the dead babies were called and their statements were recorded. In the conversation with relatives, the question of whether or not the child cried at birth was common to the research team. Apart from this, raising the issue of labor negligence on the part of the CHC staff, the opinion of the relatives was known.

The research team says the report will soon be delivered to the CMO. The CMO said that, based on the investigation report, the next decision will be made in this matter.

The vaccination card has also been reviewed

In the case of the deaths of four babies born in 11 hours at the CHC, the research team has also reviewed the vaccination cards of the four maternity hospitals. It was seen whether the vaccines prescribed to them were given on time during pregnancy. Apart from this, information related to the consumption of iron pills and other nutritious foods was also taken.

The baby’s heart was beating at the time of the ultrasound

Bunty, a neighbor of Jhontna village, said the woman had an ultrasound done on Monday (July 11) at nine in the morning. In which it was said that the heartbeat of the fetus was fine. He was admitted to the CHC at 11pm during labor pain. When the birth took place at three in the evening, information was given about the birth of a dead baby.

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