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       Murugan’s death: Medical College’s report says no ventilator was available
         Posted on :14:48:41 Aug 13, 2017
       Last edited on:11:40:03 Aug 14, 2017
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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The Thiruvananthapuram Medical College authorities have submitted a report to the state Health Ministry, pointing out that there have been no lapse on their side in connection with the death of Tamil Nadu native Murugan, which happened because proper treatment was denied to him by hospitals after he met with an accident.

The report prepared by the Medical College superintendent Joby John clearly mentions that there was no ventilator was available when Murugan, who met with a motor accident in Kollam, was brought to the hospital.

A list of all the details of patients who were put in ventilator at the time Murugan was brought in, has also been submitted along with the report.

The report explains that at the time Murugan was brought in only two ventilators, which were reserved for two patients who went through critical surgery, were free. The superintendent has pointed out that these ventilators were reserved for those two patients just in case they experienced any post-surgical difficulties, and hence they couldn’t spare one for Murugan.

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