Nagpur: The teenage girl, who was stabbed by a lovelorn youth in Laxmi Nagar on Sunday (July 1), is still on ventilator support, as per status report issued by Orange City Hospital and Research Institute (OCHRI) on Friday, July 6. Her hemodynamic parameters are improving. Ionotropes requirement has decreased.
Peripheral perfusion is improving. Presently, no active bleeding from any site. No dialysis was done today. Coagulopathy is better and antral feeding started, the status report issued by Dr. Rajesh Atal, Critical Care Physician & Nodal Spokesperson, said.
Doctors are concerned about the girl’s acute kidney injury because of profound hypotension and blood loss, Ischemic Hepatitis, Ischemic/ Traumatic Pancreatitis, infection and allied complications.
The treating specialists in CCU 2 of OCHRI are:
Dr. Rajesh Atal, Critical Care Physician & Nodal Spokesperson
Dr. Sudhir Tomey, GI Surgeon
Dr. Amit Deshpande, Uro Surgeon
Dr. Rohit Gupta, Vascular Surgeon
Dr.Shivnarayan Acharya, Nephrologist
Dr. Atul Dekate, Physiotherapist
Mansi Andhare, Nutritionist
Dr. Ninad Gawande, Medico-legal Specialist
Team anaesthesia: Dr. Smita Harkare, Dr. Neeta Deshpande, Dr. Anita Pande & Dr. Sweety Pasari
Full time round the clock stationed Intensivists: Dr. Vina Bang, Dr. Santosh Gadge, Dr. Roshan Jawlekar, Dr. Akshay Burlawar, Dr. Sachin Gondane & Dr. Himanshu Dodeja
Diagnostic Support: Dr. Milind Pande-Pathology & Dr. Nishikant Lokhande-Radiology
It is pertinent to recall that the accused Rohit Manaohar Hemnani (21), a resident of Sindhi Colony, Khamla, had stabbed the teenage girl Sweety (name changed) repeatedly and injured her critically in the sensational incident in Laxmi Nagar on Sunday (July 1). The accused was arrested by Bajaj Nagar police from Badnera Railway Station on Tuesday.