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Whilst Gujarat Cyclone ‘Biparjoy’, Woman Delivers Baby After Her Rescue Operation!

A pregnant woman in a precarious situation was rescued and brought to a hospital in Gujarat’s district, Mandvi. She gave birth to a her baby boy on Friday amid torrential downpours and gusty winds brought on by Cyclone Biparjoy in coastal areas of Gujarat. The woman was rescued on Friday and was taken to the medical centre in an adverse situation. The woman’s condition became precarious when it took her two hours to reach to the hospital. According to Dr. Dhruv, a gynaecologist at Civil Hospital in Mandvi, both mother and the child are safe following surgery.

Rescued Woman Delivers Baby In Mandvi Hospital

In a recent media interaction, Dr Dhruv claimed, “We received a call about a pregnant woman who had a very complicated case. She was 30-35 km away, and it took more than three hours for her to reach the hospital. They had to come here because they were not able to get a hospital with an anaesthesia facility, and that’s why the case became complicated. The delivery could have been done only by operation, but we were able to do a normal delivery instead. Both the mother and child are safe now.”

Whilst Gujarat Cyclone 'Biparjoy', Woman Delivers Baby After Her Rescue Operation!

In the wake of cyclone ‘Biparjoy’ several such patients are reaching the hospital who are under the most adverse calamity, doctors stated. 44-45 such incidents have come up in the last two days, as per reports.

Whilst Gujarat Cyclone 'Biparjoy', Woman Delivers Baby After Her Rescue Operation!

‘Deep Depression’ Situation In Gujarat Hospitals

“The situation is tense due to the weather condition. We are trying to perform normal delivery in all cases because we don’t have any other option. Anaesthesia is not available in every hospital, so that’s why several patients are coming here. But, by the time they reach, the baby is almost on the cusp, and we have to perform normal delivery,” Dr Divya, another doctor at the hospital mentioned.

More than 94,000 people have been evacuated by the state administration from eight areas that are likely to be impacted by the hurricane. More than 8,900 children and more than 1,100 pregnant women were among those evacuated, according to a statement released by the concerned authorities.



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