Navigation Links
Eye Stolen from Body Kept in Bhilai Hospital Mortuary

Unidentified people stole an eye from a dead body kept at Bhilai Steel Plant (BSP) hospital mortuary in Chhattisgarh, police said Saturday.//

The incident that took place Friday stunned the industrial city Bhilai, 30 km west from here. The deceased, 32-year-old C.H. Srinivas, was admitted to the hospital last week after he met with a road accident.

"Someone has exhumed one of the eyes of a road accident victim at Bhilai Hospital mortuary Friday. Police have registered an FIR and have interrogated hospital authorities," Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Rajesh Mishra told IANS over telephone.

He stated that hospital authorities had informed the police that the deceased had no injury on both his eyes when the body was shifted to the mortuary from the hospital bed.

The family members of the deceased Saturday alleged involvement of the hospital authorities in gouging out the eye and refused to accept body till the guilty people are arrested.

"The Bhilai Steel Plant management has set up a committee to probe into the matter thoroughly and submit the report at the earliest. It's really a shocking incident," said Bhilai Steel Plant spokesman Ashok Singhai.

(Source: IANS)

Page: 1

Related medicine news :

1. HIV Infected Body Parts Stolen: Biomedical Tissue Services To Face Legal Action
2. Medical Treatment from Stolen Body Parts – TGA Warn
3. Stolen Body Parts From Human Cadavers used as Implants by 25 UK Hospitals
4. AIDS shadow looms over Bhilai plant
5. Oracle Corp. to help build worlds first "Digital Hospital"
6. Apollo Hospitals to consider listing on US Bourses in 2003
7. The World Bank funds private Hospital in India
8. Link Between Hyperglycemia & Hospital Mortality
9. Reducing The Rate Of Hospital Acquired Infections
10. Home-based Treatment For Eczema More Effective Compared To Hospital Care
11. Hospital asked to Compensate Victim – Judgment by Delhi High Cour
Post Your Comments:

(Date:11/27/2015)... ... , ... Indosoft Inc., developer and distributor of the world-class ... (Long Term Support) into its Q-Suite 5.10 product line. , Making the change ... version of Asterisk that will receive not only security fixes, but feature and ...
(Date:11/26/2015)... ... November 26, 2015 , ... ... eReferral system for diagnostic imaging in the Waterloo region. Using the Ocean Platform, ... Medicine tests directly from their electronic medical record (EMR) without the need for ...
(Date:11/26/2015)... ... , ... Jobs in hospital medical laboratories and in the imaging field lead ... Aureus Medical Group . These fields, as well as travel nursing, ... healthcare jobs through the company’s website, , The leading healthcare staffing ...
(Date:11/26/2015)... ... 26, 2015 , ... Pixel Film Studios brings Final Cut ... Vintage. This newly styled ProTrailer pack comes with 30 all-new vintage-inspired designs, with ... users limitless opportunities to stylize and create designs quickly and easily, all within ...
(Date:11/25/2015)... ... November 25, 2015 , ... Additional breast ... found on mammography, according to a study published online in the journal Radiology. ... on mammography may necessitate a change in treatment. , Breast MRI is the ...
Breaking Medicine News(10 mins):
(Date:11/26/2015)... DUBLIN , November 26, 2015 /PRNewswire/ ... the addition of the "Radioimmunoassay Market ... User (Hospital, Pharmaceutical Industry, Academics, Clinical Diagnostic ... - Global Forecast to 2020" report ... ) has announced the addition of the ...
(Date:11/25/2015)... , Nov. 25, 2015 ... addition of the "Global Brain Monitoring ... offering. --> ) has ... Brain Monitoring Devices Market 2015-2019" report ... and Markets ( ) has announced ...
(Date:11/25/2015)... 2015  Amgen (NASDAQ: AMGN ) today announced ... the United States (U.S.) Food ... candidate to Humira ® (adalimumab). Amgen believes this ... the FDA and represents Amgen,s first BLA submission using ... , M.D., executive vice president of Research and Development ...
Breaking Medicine Technology: