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Thursday, June 13 2024
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Blood Transfusion Fails: Woman Delivers Stillborn and Dies

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Following the death of a pregnant woman and the worsening health of two other women following blood transfusions, Rajasthani health officials confiscated the blood bank’s records in the Neem Ka Thana district, the state stated on Monday.

Three expectant women were brought to the district hospital in Neem Ka Thana on Sunday, according to officials, and shortly after receiving blood transfusions, their illnesses quickly became worse.

Subsequently, two of the women were referred to a private hospital in the state capital, and one of the women was directed to the Janana Hospital in Jaipur.

One of the women at Janana Hospital gave birth to a stillborn on Sunday, while the other woman also gave birth to a stillborn there.

The district hospital at Neem Ka Thana admitted Maina Devi (25), Madhu (20), and Geeta Devi (25), reportedly, for delivery.

After checking them, the physicians discovered that all three of the women had blood deficiencies and urged their relatives to get blood for them.

The family brought blood from a private blood bank because the district hospital did not have the specific blood groups they needed.

After receiving a blood transfusion at the district hospital, the three women’s illnesses began to worsen, and Jaipur was recommended for additional care.

As a result, Maina was sent to the Janana Hospital, where she gave birth to a stillborn child and passed away soon after. Geeta, one of the two other pregnant women, also gave birth to a stillborn child.

The two ladies are currently receiving care at the Jaipur private hospital.

Following the woman’s demise in Janana Hospital, her relatives transported her body to Neem Ka Thana late on Sunday night. There, they conducted her final rituals on Monday morning and subsequently notified the hospital’s management.’

The blood group positivity of Maina, Madhu, and Geeta was ‘A’, while ‘B’ was reported by the family members.

As requested by the doctors, the relatives had brought blood from the same groups, according to district hospital officials. The women’s situations worsened in spite of this, which might be the consequence of a blood infection.Acting Chief Medical Officer Bhupendra Singh stated: “There might have been a problem with the blood that the blood bank supplied. The issue is being looked into.”

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