A preliminary inquiry report submitted by a Delhi government-appointed three-member panel of doctors to Health Minister Satyendra Kumar Jain on Tuesday revealed that Max didn't follow prescribed medical norms in dealing with newborns.
The newborn who was wrongly declared dead by a private hospital in Delhi passed away on Wednesday. The body was handed over to the parent without written instructions, in a plastic bag.
They were preparing funeral rites for the infant when they felt him start to move around.
Delhi police said they were collecting hospital records for the mother and treatment records for the newborn babies.
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On Saturday, Jain had said that strict action would be taken against the hospital and if required its licence would be cancelled. The police had registered a case against the Max Hospital in Shalimar Bagh. However, just moments before being buried the family had found that the baby was alive.
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"We tore the packet, there were 2-3 clothes and polythene bags".
The infant, the family fondly called "Champ", was admitted in Aggarwal Nursing Home in Pitampura on November 29 after the family realised he was alive.
The case pertains to the birth of twins (boy and girl) on November 30 and both the babies were declared dead by the Max Hospital in Shalimar Bagh. The other baby was stillborn.
"We are shaken and concerned at this rare incident", the hospital said.
The hospital also said it was in constant touch with the parents and ready to extend all support. The doctors had not done ECG tracings before writing the death certificate, India Today reported.