In another incident, a patient from Bhaliapadar village under Sagada Panchayat in Boudh district was carried on a bicycle to a hospital on Wednesday owing to the pathetic condition of roads.
These gallant acts have been greatly appreciated by the local people as they reflect the humanitarian character of the Indian Army.
With no option left, the family members carried Draupadi on a cot and walked for about 3 kilometres to reach the ambulance.
The move from the hospital authorities came after OTV’s report highlighted this case of alleged discrimination to HIV patients in Odisha.
After being turned away, the woman was allegedly carried on a bike by her husband to their home where she gave birth to a girl child.
Yet again an instance of poor road connectivity affecting healthcare services in rural pockets has surfaced. Yet again an expectant mother was seen bearing the brunt of the alleged apathy of the government.
The family has alleged that doctors were present at the centre while they were calling out for help. But, their cries fell on deaf ears.
Another instance of a pregnant woman being carried on cot surfaced from Malkangiri’s Swabhiman Anchal. On Wednesday (September 29), a woman from the bordering areas of Khajuriguda experienced labour pain. Her family members called 108 ambulance services to avail medical facility from Janbai hospital.
Surjya complained of labour pain early on Tuesday morning following which her husband rang up 102 ambulance service.
A subset of immune cells is carrying out a sort of 'secondary education' -- sometimes many years after the better-known population of the educator cells have carried out the primary education in the thymus -- teaching T cells not to attack the foetus, the placenta and other tissues involved in pregnancy.
The National Technical Advisory Group on Immunization (NTAGI) has recommended vaccination for pregnant women. The National Expert Group on Vaccine Administration for COVID-19 (NEGVAC) too has unanimously recommended it.
Several of these children were born on Tuesday night, when the cyclonic storm was approaching the country's eastern coast, while there are others who saw the light of the world around the time when 'Yaas' made its landfall near Bahanaga, 50 km south of Balasore district
While one Saraswati Bairagi of Harinapokhari village delivered a baby girl at Talachuan primary health centre in Kendrapara district, many babies were delivered at different hospitals in Puri.
Healthcare experts said that a woman can get vaccinated against COVID-19 anytime after the delivery of her baby. There is no reason to delay the vaccination after delivery,
In the viral video, the nurse can be seen demanding the money while saying that she would share the money with another colleague.
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