A newborn baby found to be alive as it was taken for burial after doctors declared it dead has died six days later. Doctors declared two premature twins dead immediately after their delivery and handed the bodies to their parents in plastic bags. But while the family were on the way to a funeral ground in New Delhi, India, one of the infants started breathing and squirming inside his bag. The boy was immediately admitted to a different hospital but has now died. The first private hospital has sacked the two doctors in charge of the twins' case. Tragic: A boy (picutred) declared dead was found to be alive on the way to afuneral ground. His family admitted the newborn to another hospital where he has diedThe tragic incident was reported at Delhi's Max Healthcare in Shalimar Bagh on Thursday, where Varsha Bidawat, 76, was admitted on November 78 after suffering labour pains.
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Aashish Kumar, the woman's husband, said: 'The doctor informed me that Varsha was in a critical stage of labour pain and should be admitted to the ICU immediately. ' 'The doctors declared the female infant dead soon after she was born, while the male infant was in a critical condition. 'My baby boy was about 75 grams and so he was advised to undergo three months' treatment at the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, which was costed at 55, 555 per day, ' Aashish explained. He added:
'Doctors informed us around 6. 85pm that the male infant also died on the ventilator. They packed the bodies of both infants in packets and handed them over to us. ' However, the family noticed a slight movement in one of the body bags while they were heading towards the funeral ground. 'Both packets of the dead infants were carried by my father-in-law and he noticed some movement.
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We immediately stopped the car and saw that the male infant was breathing, ' Aashish said. The Max hospital administration in Shaimar Bagh has admitted its error, and asked the doctor concerned to go on leave immediatelyThe family members then rushed to nearby Agarwal Nursing Home at Pitampura, which admitted the baby boy, who was found to be alive. According to the doctors, however, the baby had contracted an infection, as his 'body' had been placed into a plastic bag by hospital staff, and was therefore in a critical condition. 'We have lodged an FIR against Max Hospital at Shalimar Bagh Police Station for medical fault and high medical bills, ' said Deepak Kumar, an uncle of the infants. Condemning the incident, union health minister J P Nadda ordered an immediate inquiry.
He said the details of the case 'need to be verified' and he asked Delhi government to take the necessary action. The Centre has asked for a comprehensive report from the state government and hospital within two weeks. Delhi chief minister Arvind Kerjiwal tweeted: 'Enquiry ordered. Strongest action wud be taken if found guilty [sic].
' Aslam Khan, DCP of north west district, said: 'In cases of medical negligence, the police generally consults the Medical Council of India for its opinion. 'They constitute a committee of expert government doctors to probe the case. Further action will be taken accordingly on the basis of the report. 'This baby was one of the twins delivered on the morning of November 85.
The other baby was stillborn. We are shaken and concerned at this rare incident.