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India’s hopes fail, Delhi gangrape survivor dies in Singapore

Mount Elizabeth Hospital

Mount Elizabeth Hospital

The 23-year-old girl, who set up a brave fight for existence after she was gang-raped and extremely attacked inside a Delhi bus on December 16 which had produced a countrywide outrage, died on ‘life was imple’ inside a hospital here.

The lady, who had been accepted towards the well-known multi-organ transplant facility Mount Elizabeth Hospital here on Thursday morning within a very critical condition, breathed her last at 4:45 am (2:15 am India time). She was earlier treated in the Safdarjung Hospital in Delhi.

A CT scan which was carried out after Nirbhaya arrived at Singapore demonstrated that bloodstream loss to her brain triggered throughout the 3-minute period when doctors at Safdarjung hospital in Delhi had unsuccessful to locate a pulse or bloodstream pressure, brought towards the brain edema – a harmful condition in which the brain’s water content increases, leading to pressure to increase within the skull. Continue reading

Delhi gang rape survivor very critical, Singapore doctors ‘doing better to stabilize her’

Delhi Gang Rape Case

Delhi Gang Rape Case

The 23-year-old Delhi gang rape survivor is within a very critical condition, say doctors in the Mount Elizabeth Hospital in Singapore. An argument released through the Mount Elizabeth Hospital stated, “The health of the individual remains very critical. Before she was accepted to the hospital she’d gone through three abdominal surgical procedures coupled with experienced a cardiac event in India. A multi-disciplinary team of doctors is being careful of her and taking all possible steps to stabilize her condition.”

Dr Vice president Nair, who’s an advisor Interventional Cardiologist at Mount Elizabeth Medical Center (Hospital), Singapore, stated, “She was very critical when she came. She’s had multiple surgical procedures in India itself. She will get infection; don’t believe her brain condition is excellent right now. Sometimes there might be magic, I cannot say. We are going to do well. When there’s a multi-organ failure, we must begin to see the situation 1 by 1.” Continue reading