Attacked doctor is not scared of patients, but feels humilia
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Dr Rohit Kumar Tated (28) is more humiliated than scared to resume work at the medicine ward of Sion Hospital, where he was slapped by a mob late on Saturday in front of a ward full of patients. He was single-handedly taking care of more than 45 patients, including four critical ones.

Dr Tated recalled that the patient whose relatives assaulted him was brought in a critical condition. “Rekha Ghavari (a Chembur resident who eventually died) was breathless and unconscious, and there was fluid build-up in her body . We gave her emergency dialysis and the best possible medicines,“ he said. The woman had missed out on 12 cycles of dialysis and the resultant complications led to her death. “In those 24 hours, we cared for her more than her family , who took her home against medical advice a few weeks ago,“ the doctor said. “They sneaked into the ward and assaulted me despite being fully aware of her critical condition.“

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