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Nagpur Doctor leaves sedated patients for 4 hours for “Tea Break”

Nagpur : In a shocking incident at the Primary Health Center in Khat village, Nagpur district, Maharashtra, a surgeon of government hospital who was to conduct eight surgeries, including seven tubectomies and one vasectomy left the midway after completing four surgeries. The surgeon left four patients sedated and unattended for four hours as he left for a 4-hour tea break. The surgeon left the four patients at 2.30 pm and returned in the night to complete the operation.  An enquiry was ordered in which it surfaced that the surgeon was diabetic and after completing four surgeries asked for tea which the PHC staff could not provide. Subsequently he suffered from hypoglycemia attack because of his diabetic condition and has to leave the remaining surgery.