Delhi Fortis Hospital charge Rupess 18 Lakh for 15-day Dengue Treatment

SIBA RINGMASTER, 21/11/2017
Delhi Fortis Hospital charge Rupess 18 Lakh for 15-day Dengue Treatment

NEW DELHI: Fortis remembering analysis regulation (Gurgaon) billed the family of a 7 year old dengue patient near to Rs 18 lakh for 15 days in the ICU, but the teenager died while being transfer to Fortis to Rockland Hospital.In any case, the issue is that human services is one thing everybody is prepared to drop out for. Individuals are prepared to spend every one of their investment funds on human services as long as they are getting a proper treatment.

The parent, Jayant Singh, who lives in Dwarka, had paid the rupess direct but charged with the hospital of expand the bill and massive subjective costs. Although the huge amount, he said, the doctors pay little attention to Adya’s health. 

As per a DNA report, Adya passed away on the fifteenth of September and the bill took off to around 18 lakhs.

The subjective cost of the medications and different clinics outperformed every one of their desires. Medicinal consumables like 2700 gloves were charged at Rs. 17,142 and therapeutic examinations including blood tests cost him another Rs. 2.17 lakh.


Admission Charge – Rs 1250
Blood Bank – Rs 61, 315
Diagnostics – Rs 29, 290
Doctor charges – Rs 53, 900
Drugs – Rs 3, 96, 732.48
Equipment Charge – Rs 71,000
Investigations – Rs 2, 17, 594
Medical and Surgical Procedures – Rs 2, 85, 797
Medical Consumables – Rs 2, 73, 394
Miscellaneous – Rs 15, 150
Room Rent – Rs 1, 74,000
Discount – Rs 20,000
Total Bill – Rs 15, 79, 322.48

Jayant talked around two brands of drugs being directed into Adya's body. One was less expensive costing Rs. 500 for every vial for an aggregate of Rs. 4,491 and the other was more costly costing Rs. 3100 for a sum of Rs. 65,362. Obviously, the two brands basically did likewise. He included

I AM STILL TRYING TO HOLD MY FAMILY TOGETHER. MY WIFE AND MY TWIN DAUGHTER ANYA ARE REELING UNDER AN EXTREME SHOCK. Furthermore, WE HAVE LOST OUR UNBORN CHILD TOO."



Then, Minister of Health and Family Welfare, JP Nadda turned out in help of the family.

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