The entire episode goes like this.....
I am P Gopalkrishna Nayak, husband of late Mrs Shyamala G Nayak whom I lost in Sri Shankara Hospital on August 11 at about 2:00am (actual death took place at ab The entire episode goes like this.....
I am P Gopalkrishna Nayak, husband of late Mrs Shyamala G Nayak whom I lost in Sri Shankara Hospital on August 11 at about 2:00am (actual death took place at about 11:30pm on August 10.) But the doctors declared her dead at 2:30am on August 11 after making so much drama in ICU pretending to save my wife.
My wife Shyamala G Nayak was brought to the hospital to consult Dr B S Srinath on advice of Dr S K Shenoy to whom I had taken my wife for severe pain in her right thigh. He checked my wife and prescribed some medicine for pain relief and asked me to bring a report from Dr Srinath B S for further treatment. He gave the reason as Hemoglobin level has gone down for the leg pain. Earlier in 2005 Dr Srinath B S had operated my wife's breast cancer and now it is 2015 which means she survived for 10 more years post operation. But this credit I don't give to Dr Srinath who operated her breast cancer successfully. Success of breast cancer operation is common. But what is important is her survival for 10 more years and that is purely because of my wife's STRONG WILL POWER AND REGULAR YOGA PRACTICE. Daily she used to do breathing exercise of yoga and one who practices breathing exercise of yoga can never die due to CARDIAC ARREST. In the death certificate the doctor on duty has given the cause for death as CARDIAC ARREST. What a irony!!!!!!!!!! The whole hospital is responsible for my wife's death. The LAB closes at 8:00pm in the hospital, one doctor on duty at night on 8th asked me to bring report for DENGUE from another nearby hospital at 9:30pm. I asked the doctor whether he knows anything about DENGUE. I know the symptoms of dengue and I tpld him that I don't want any report for suspected dengue as the dengue symptoms are constant fever and shewering and my wife had no such symptoms. Why this was necessary? Even then they have collecred some Rs 700 plus for this test for which we don't have any report. Every now and then some nurse comes and gives one chit to bring some medicine from their pharmacy. It is a regular practice every day. On 10th August the blood bank asked me to arrange for 4-5 blood donors as SDP(Single Donor Plazma) was required immediately. Where from I have to arrange 4-5 blood donors and that too immediately! Still, I arranged 3 blood donors with help of my sister and brother-in-law. SDP was infused and many packets of platlets were also infused into her body. But everything was in vain
The worst part of this episode is post death procedure which is highly condemnable. My wife's body was kept in mortuary and we were asked to clear the bill. At the same time the lady who was at reception counter asked my son to bring medicines which were used in ICU at 2 o'clock in the midnight. My son had just come from Malaysia directly to the hospital and he was in utter shock since he could not talk to his mother who breathed her last one hour brfore his arrival. The arrogant lady asked him to bring medicine without anybody's knowledge. Can anybody imagine the so arrogantt lady asking the deceased mother's son to bring medicines which were used in ICU. They could have charged the amount of those medicines in the final bill for which we had no objection. To conclude, I would say that this hospital is good for nothing. All the doctors are good for nothing and the entire management is good for nothing. For three days in the hospital my wife was not given patient's gown, for three days she was not given sponge bath. I fail to understand what the HELL is going on in the hospital. All are useless and GOD only save patients. My blood is boiling while writing all this. more.. less
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