A gynaecologist and her assistant has been booked for culpable homicide not amounting to murder of a pregnant woman in Surat.
The allegation is that the doctor performed caesarean section and also removed the woman’s uterus without her and kin’s consent, which subsequently led to her death.
The woman’s husband filed a police complaint against the doctor for negligence.
The complainant, Mayur Kevadia, admitted his pregnant wife to the hospital for treatment after she complained of abdominal pain a few days ago. As per the complaint, the senior doctor and her assistant operated upon the victim. Senior doctor allegedly left in between entrusting her assistant to carry out the operation, who performed a caesarean surgery and also removed the woman’s uterus without her and kin’s consent.
Doctors in turn said these surgeries were carried out to save the woman patient’s life.
The husband has alleged in his police complaint that they were made to sign on two blank forms after the surgeries. He has alleged that his wife suffered huge blood loss which resulted in her death.
Police said an offence of culpable homicide not amounting to murder has been registered against the doctor and her assistant.
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