A baby born in India only 8 days died suspected of being bitten by a rat.

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 A baby born in India only 8 days died suspected of being bitten by a rat.


The accident occurred in the neonatal intensive care unit of a government hospital in Dalponga, Bihar on October 30, the Times of India reported. In the morning, when the baby mother went to the hospital to feed the newborn, the incident was exposed.

However, the hospital denied the claim, saying that the baby died of serious heart disease around 4:30 a.m. that day. The hospitals director of Pediatrics said the boy was admitted to the hospitals pediatric ward as soon as he was born with respiratory problems caused by heart-related complications. Prakash admitted that rodents did pose a threat in hospitals, but denied parental claims that babies died from rat bites. Although weve been trying to kill the mice in the hospital, its hard to control them completely, he said. Parents and other relatives are reportedly looking for other ways to try to find justice, and local officials formed a team to investigate the measure. The Dala Pang medical school also said it would take drastic measures against the wrong people. Source: Global Times - World Wide Web. More brilliant, please log on to the world wide web http://www.huanqiu.com responsible editor: Ji Guo Jie _NBJ11143

However, the hospital denied the claim, saying that the baby died of serious heart disease around 4:30 a.m. that day. The hospitals director of Pediatrics said the boy was admitted to the hospitals pediatric ward as soon as he was born with respiratory problems caused by heart-related complications. Prakash admitted that rodents did pose a threat in hospitals, but denied parental claims that babies died from rat bites.

Although weve been trying to kill the mice in the hospital, its hard to control them completely, he said.

Parents and other relatives are reportedly looking for other ways to try to find justice, and local officials formed a team to investigate the measure. The Dala Pang medical school also said it would take drastic measures against the wrong people.