Nov 15, 2015 News
An organization that has since reached out to the Reliance mother whose baby’s arms were dislocated during birth, has intentions to challenge those involved at the Suddie Public Hospital, legally.
Parbattie Ramdat, 29, said that the organization reached out to her after reading her story and is now taking the initiatives to pursue legal action against those involved at the hospital.
Ramdat is maintaining that she needs financial assistance to seek proper medical care for her newborn whose arms were dislocated while doctors attended to her during delivery.
Ramdat said that one of the straps from the baby’s arm were removed but her baby’s other arm remains in straps and the unloose arm is not positioned properly. The frustrated young mother said that doctors will issue a medical report on November 18.
She said that no one from the Suddie Public Hospital has reached out to her and her baby. She is further questioning the caliber of doctors. Ramdat delivered a 4.72kg baby boy at the Suddie public hospital on October 26.
But despite medical practitioners at both the Anna Regina Health Centre and the Suddie Public Hospital assuring her that they were going to perform a C-section operation on her because the baby was too large, that promise was not fulfilled.
Ramdat however said that doctors told her they didn’t operate on her because she was a diabetic patient.
She has an 11-year-old daughter and she got her son, Arvee Ashook Amernaugth. (Yannason Duncan)
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