A 59-year-old affected person of the coronavirus illness (Covid-19 ) died in Madhya Pradesh’s Bhopal after he was left unattended for greater than an hour in a parking zone of a personal hospital on Monday night, his relations alleged.

The man’s son stated his father, who was affected by a kidney ailment, was admitted to Peoples General Hospital on June 23 after he complained of respiratory downside and low sugar degree.

“On Sunday, the hospital administration got a Covid test done. The report came on Monday that suggested my father suffering from Covid-19. The Peoples Hospital called Chirayu Hospital, a Covid-19 designated private medical college’s hospital, for an ambulance to shift him there,” he stated.

“The ambulance came at around 5pm and took my father. I also left the place but later in the evening, I came to know that my father was abandoned by Chirayu Hospital ambulance back at People’s hospital. The carelessness of staff of both the hospitals led to the death of my father. I want strict action against them,” he stated.

Relatives of Covid-19 sufferers should not allowed to accompany them, he stated.

The administration of Peoples General hospital, the place the affected person was allegedly deserted, blamed Chirayu Medical College and Hospital for the loss of life.

“The patient has been visiting the hospital for his dialysis for the past five years. He was referred to Chirayu Hospital after completing all the discharge formalities in an ambulance. After 20 minutes of discharge, the ambulance attendant called us that they are coming back and we should get ready to provide the man treatment at ICU,” Udayshankar Dixit, the Peoples Hospital’s supervisor stated.

“I asked him not to come back as we had already sealed our ICU as he was the first Covid-19 patient detected in our hospital for the safety of other patients. But instead of listening to us, they left the patient on a stretcher in the parking area. We arranged a PPE kit and provided the patient oxygen but he died,” stated Dixit.

When contacted, Chirayu Hospital’s director Dr Ajay Goenka denied the allegations as “baseless to say that patient was left abandoned in parking”. He stated the person was in a essential situation as a result of renal failure and was additionally affected by a coronary heart ailment.

“When a doctor from Peoples Hospital called us, our team of doctors inquired about the condition of the patient to send the ambulance accordingly but the doctor over the phone didn’t explain the condition. When the ambulance driver was taking the patient to Chirayu Hospital, he found that he was very critical and needed ventilator support,” Goenka stated.

He stated the ambulance driver referred to as the Peoples Hospital and requested them to take care of the person as Chirayu Hospital was 45 minutes away.

“The ambulance driver urged the People’s Hospital to manage the patient for just 20 minutes till another ambulance from Chirayu equipped with a ventilator could reach there. First, the administration of Peoples Hospital refused to take the patient back. Later, it provided oxygen and CPR. When our second ambulance reached there the patient was found dead,” Goenka stated.

As the photograph and video of the person mendacity within the parking space went viral on social media, Zameel Khan, a sub-divisional Justice of the Peace (SDM), reached the hospital and shifted the physique to a morgue.

SDM Khan stated powerful motion will probably be taken in opposition to whoever is discovered liable for the person’s loss of life.

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