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Family of dead man alleges medical negligence by hospital

Published On : 11 Aug 2017   |  Reported By : Canaranews Network


Kundapur: A patient who was admitted to a private hospital for a hernia surgery, died due to medical negligence post-operation. The deceased is Sanjiva Hosadu, a resident of Arate.

Sanjiva was well in the afternoon after the operation, but experienced breathing problems all of a sudden in the evening. Doctors administered medicine, but Sanjiva did not survive. His family, shocked by the sudden death of the recovering patient, alleged doctor's negligence after the operation as the cause of the demise. They lodged a police complaint against the hospital and took the doctor concerned to task by blaming him for the death.

The body has been sent to KMC Manipal for post-mortem. A case of unnatural death has been registered in Kundapur police station.







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