A spokesperson of Tu Du Maternity Hospital in Ho Chi Minh City stated at a press conference on Tuesday that there were no medical errors involved in the death of a 40-week fetus last month despite its parents’ claim that doctors were at fault. The incident occurred on December 28, 2019 when Nguyen Van Quy, a 31-year-old man living in Binh Thanh District, took his wife, N.T.K.D., to Tu Du for tests after she had had bloody vaginal discharge in the 40th week of pregnancy. According to Quy, the fetus had a normal heart rate of 150 beats per minute upon his wife’s admission to Tu Du. Routine examination results at the hospital had also showed no abnormalities in both the fetus and mother from the start of pregnancy until the 39th week. However, D. noticed an increase in vaginal discharge between 5:00 pm and 9:00 pm on December 28. Quy said that he continuously reported his wife’s bleeding to the on-duty medical staff at the infirmary for several times during that period. “The staff kept telling me that was a normal sign [that my wife would go into labor soon],” Quy said. The staff also told the 31-year-old husband that “there… Read full this story
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