In Botched Delivery, Nurse "Pulls Too Hard" Leaving Baby's Head In Womb

Nurse in Rajasthan's Ramgarh decapitates newborn during delivery, leaving head inside womb; police yet to...

Nurse in Rajasthan's Ramgarh decapitates newborn during delivery, leaving head inside womb; police yet to...

What is more shocking is that the woman named Diksha Kumar visited a different hospital only to find out about the fiasco as the staff at the previous hospital didn't inform her about the debacle. The police, acting on the woman's complaint, questioned the male nurse about the botched-up procedure.

The Rajasthan Police have filed a case against two employees of a government hospital in Jaisalmer's Ramgarh after a newborn's body split into two during delivery, the Hindustan Times reported on Thursday.

Two male nurses are the subject of controversy in India involving a baby who got decapitated while being born, as his head was left inside the mother's womb.

The incident took place at a hospital in Jaisalmer's Ramgarh. Late on Thursday night, the department sent Dr Nikhil Sharma, in-charge of the Ramgarh PHC, to awaiting posting order.

An Indian nurse allegedly tore the head off an unborn foetus while in the delivery room.

He said they referred them to Jaisalmer, from where they were asked to go to Jodhpur.

Barmer: In a terrible case of medical negligence, a woman's baby was split into half during delivery in government hospital of Ramgarh area, Rajasthan. He led the police to the spot where he had hidden the torso.

After she was transferred, doctors performed the operation during which they found the baby's head in the womb and informed the woman's family.

"We have registered a case against two staffers of Ramgarh hospital and have interrogated them", he was quoted as saying.

Dr Usha Duggad, principal medical officer at Jawahar government hospital said it was a rare case. The baby was half out when the pregnant woman was brought to the PHC.

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