I hate complaints against hospitals or involving hospitals, and doctors, and medicines and syringes.More so, when the story involves insertions and bleeding–into and from the nose.
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The above two statements may or may not be connected. But that is besides the point.
So this queer tale of a bleeding nose that cost a hospital very dear began when the consumer in question landed at Shanti Mukund Hospital for treatment of abdominal pain. Things took a nasty turn when a negligently inserted rubber tube caused nasal bleeding for the patient. The consumers also alleged that there was no senior doctor was called despite serious condition of the patient. Finally, tired of the casual attitude of the hospital staff, the patient left the hospital against medical advice and got himself treated at Fortis.
Post treatment, a complaint against the hospital was filed. The consumer approached a Delhi consumer forum, claiming the fee paid to Shant iMukund Hospital and also compensation. The forum obliged and ordered the hospital to refund the entire fee. However, the forum denied compensation.
Thus ended the saga of a bleeding nose that shook a hospital, though only slightly.
Hospital asked to refund fee for not giving proper treatment (IBNLive).