SAHIWAL: A 12-year-old woman has misplaced her dwell allegedly after the administration of fallacious injection by the paramedical employees at DHQ Educating Hospital of Sahiwal, ARY Information reported on Monday.
In keeping with the preliminary reviews, the woman was delivered to the hospital for the therapy of abdomen ache and fever.
Medical Superintendent (MS) Dr Basharat instructed media that the demise was triggered because of the negligence of on-duty nurse which allegedly administered fallacious injection to her.
The instances of deaths brought on by fallacious therapy and administration of injections are generally reported within the nation.
The prime motive for the never-ending collection of sorrowful incidents is the dearth of coaching and negligence of the physicians and paramedics apart from the inadequacy of strict monitoring of employees members on the nation’s hospitals.
Learn Extra: Toddler dies allegedly from fallacious injection in Karachi
Earlier in June, a toddler had allegedly died after being administered fallacious injection at a non-public hospital in Karachi’s space of Nagan Chowrangi.
The one and half years previous child woman misplaced her life after administration of the fallacious injection to her at a non-public hospital located in North Nazimabad’s space of Nagan Chowrangi.
Following the demise of the toddler, her heirs together with the residents of the realm staged a protest and chanted excessive pitched slogans towards the hospital and demanded to seal it.
Later, the police reached the spot and arrested the administrator of the hospital.