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Doctor at RG Kar hospital fighting for live with both kidneys damaged

Kolkata: Dr Abhishek Kumar Jha came to Bengal to study in a government medical college so that he could get exposure to better experience. Jha however was exposed to another kind of experience common in government hospitals in Bengal. Attacked by a mob at R G Kar Medical College and Hospital in the wee hours of Monday, Jha is now battling for life at the critical care unit of the hospital.

The kicks and blows rained on him by a mob of around 50 persons have left both his kidneys damaged. The first year post-graduate student of surgery has also sustained muscle injuries all over his body. He even had to be put on dialysis twice in the last 24 hours for renal failure.

Jha was attending the emergency service in the hospital along with other colleagues when four persons injured in road accident were rushed in around 3.30am. Jha and colleague Dr Ragini Sonkar attended to the patients.

Accorording to colleagues present during the incident, three of them were treated and discharged while Jha told those accompanying the fourth - Deepak Singh - to get a CT scan done. for Deepak Singh. The group reportedly took Deepak away to a nearby nursing home. They returned with his body around 5am with a mob of about 50 and attacked the doctors alleging negligence.

"The mob targeted Abhishek and Ragini as they were the attending doctors. We had to rescue Ragini and lock her up in the operation theatre, otherwise God knows what the mob would have done to her," a colleague told TOI.

Abhishek was admitted at the surgical intensive care unit. In addition to the pain of the physical injury, Jha started suffering bouts of vomiting. A CT scan showed collection of blood near both his kidneys.

On Tuesday night he developed renal failure and was rushed to the nephrology wing of SSKM hospital for emergency dialysis. He was brought back to RGKMCH and shifted to the critical care unit. He was given another round of dialysis on Wednesday too.

Realizing Jha's critical condition, the hospital on Wednesday constituted a seven-member medical board headed by medicine head Dr Apurna Mukerjee. According to them, Jha had received severe blows on his abdomen and chest. He has also sustained extensive muscle damage throughout his body.

"The seven-member medical team will be monitoring his condition closely. He is doing better after receiving two rounds of dialysis," said RGKMCH principal Dr S Batyabal.

Source: TOI

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