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Written Statement of Doctor Before Consumer Court

Written Statement of Doctor Before Consumer Court

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04/18/2014

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BEFORE THE DISTRICT CONSUMER DISPUTE REDRESSAL
 
FORUM TUMKUR DISTRICT AT TUMKUR
C.C.NO. 03/2012
COMPLAINANT
 VS
RESPONDENTS
CHANDRAMMA Dr. NANDAGOPAL & ANR
WRITTEN STATEMENT AND OBJECTIONS FILED BY 2
ND
 RESPONDENT (OP) IN THE ABOVE CASE:-
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The address stated in the cause title regarding this respondent, is not having full description and it is incomplete as to the department. 2.
 
The complainant has not made Sri Siddartha Hospital & Research Centre a party in the proceedings and complainant is alleging against this respondent as if the Hospital belongs to this respondents. This is fully denied as false. Without impleading Sri Siddartha Hospital & Research Centre as a party the claim petition is bad for non-joinder of necessary party. 3.
 
It is not within the knowledge of this respondent that complainant was admitted to the Respondent Hospital on 01-11-2011 for delivery since she was pregnant. Only Siddartha Hospital & Research Centre represented by its proper authority can disclose such aspects. This respondent in no way admitted complainant or tested complainant or advised complainant at the time of alleged admission date or even prior to it or even not suggested any caesarean
 
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surgery or not even advised at any subsequent dates to the complainant or any of her relative. 4.
 
It is false to say that this respondent has advised the complainant to remove the uterus after surgery. After personally verifying with the records available with Sree Siddartha Hospital & Research Centre, B.H.Road, Agalakote, Tumkur-572107 by this rspondnt. It is found that Dr Omkara Murthy, Assistant Professor, Sree Siddartha Hospital & Research Centre, B.H.Road, Agalakote, Tumkur-572107, is the main Surgeon who treated, advised, and operated caesarean surgery and live female baby was born at 8-15 pm. Placenta removed with difficulty with placenta accrete and postpartum haemorrhage (PPH) problems. This is being done under the supervision of 1
st 
 respondent and Dr Omkara Murthy. Later for treating such haemorrhage with hysterectomy operation, which is one and only treatment, in such emergent condition to save patient life, this respondent was called in and from the records and in actual reality this respondent was called in after the start of haemorrhage. 5.
 
It is false to say that respondents have not consulted experts in treating the bleeding. The 1
st 
 respondent being expert in the field has adviced Dr Omkara Murthy to do Hysterectomy by taking help of this respondent, which is the proper treatment and procedure on such occasion and the patient was referred by Dr Omkara Murthy to ventilator support due to available ventilators were occupied in the Sree Siddartha Hospital & Research Centre. This respondent has cleared her entrusted work successfully and departed. This respondent has in no way expressed any helplessness
 
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to the complainant. This respondent not referred patient for ventilator. 6.
 
The
placenta
 is an organ that connects the developing fetus to the uterine wall to allow nutrient uptake, waste elimination, and gas exchange via the mother's blood supply.
Placenta accreta
 is a severe obstetric complication involving an abnormally deep attachment of the placenta, through the endometrium and into themyometrium (the middle layer of the uterine wall). The placenta usually detaches from the uterine wall relatively easily, but women who encounter placenta accreta during childbirth are at great risk of haemorrhage during its removal. Placenta accreta is very rarely recognised before birth, and is very difficult to diagnose. For Placenta accrete the one and only treatment is hysterectomy to save life of patient. 7.
 
It is false to say that bleeding continued after hysterectomy surgery. The complete stoppage of bleeding observed during end of hysterectomy surgery. This respondent is not aware of why ventilator support is referred and it can be known only after impleading necessary parties. 8.
 
The contents of para 4 of the complaint is herewith fully denied and also not within the knowledge of this respondent. However the following clarification is given regarding Hematoma which is misconceived to file this case.
A hematoma or haematoma, is a localized collection of blood outside the blood vessels, usually in liquid form within the tissue. Hematomas can occur within a muscle. Some hematomas form into hard masses under the surface

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