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MOTHER vs FOETUS

Editorial Team


Abstract

The front page of the Indian Express on Sunday, 20 June 1993 featured a story on a pregnant woman, seriously ill with tetanus, admitted to the Sir J. J. Group of Hospitals in Bombay. The patient and fetus were being monitored in the medical intensive care unit and appropriate care was being administered. Despite this, on the day before the mother died, she had cardiac and respiratory arrests. She was revived briefly. Attempts at resuscitation continued but to no avail. Once death was confirmed, an emergency Caesarian section was carried out and the fetus delivered

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