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10th May 2017
Dear supporters,

We would like to thank you all for the contributions to provide the highest quality of care to Lata.

Unfortunately, despite the medical team’s best efforts, she passed away on 16th March 2017. It took us a little time to get in touch with the family since they are still in the shock of losing Lata.

The multiple brain strokes had caused a lot of damage to the brain. It was a situation from which things could not get better. She was admitted to the ventilation for almost 5 days. However, all of a sudden, her heart beat became very slow and before any further medications could be provided, she passed away on 16th, at around 7:19 pm.

We once again thank the donors for their support. May her soul rest in peace. We pray the family finds strength in this time of grief.

Team Milaap
Dear supporters,

We would like to thank you all for the contributions to provide the highest quality of care to Lata.

Unfortunately, despite the medical team’s best efforts, she passed away on 16th March 2017. It took us a little time to get in touch with the family since they are still in the shock of losing Lata.

The multiple brain strokes had caused a lot of damage to the brain. It was a situation from which things could not get better. She was admitted to the ventilation for almost 5 days. However, all of a sudden, her heart beat became very slow and before any further medications could be provided, she passed away on 16th, at around 7:19 pm.

We once again thank the donors for their support. May her soul rest in peace. We pray the family finds strength in this time of grief.

Team Milaap
15th March 2017
Hello all,
Lata was responding well to the treatment and was asked to further continue the medication from home. In fact, the condition was so much better that she used to interact well and ask for food ,also do her routine exercises on her own. Everyone was happy with the progress she has made. Keeping in mind about the infection she could get being in the hospital, doctors recommended to further continue the medication from home. Lata was excited to be at home ,back with all her loved ones. She was discharged on 3rd march,2017 and was settled at her residence in Belapur with all the necessary arrangements. While she was bed rested, we noticed that she couldn't feel or move the right area of her face. We took her back and admitted to hinduja again upon which we were told that it was due to a brain stoke. While she was in ICU, she underwent multiple brain stokes leading to unrecoverable damage to her brain. We are terribly scared with this and as told by doctors, Lata is fighting a losing battle now. She is on ventilator now.
Hello all,
Lata was responding well to the treatment and was asked to further continue the medication from home. In fact, the condition was so much better that she used to interact well and ask for food ,also do her routine exercises on her own. Everyone was happy with the progress she has made. Keeping in mind about the infection she could get being in the hospital, doctors recommended to further continue the medication from home. Lata was excited to be at home ,back with all her loved ones. She was discharged on 3rd march,2017 and was settled at her residence in Belapur with all the necessary arrangements. While she was bed rested, we noticed that she couldn't feel or move the right area of her face. We took her back and admitted to hinduja again upon which we were told that it was due to a brain stoke. While she was in ICU, she underwent multiple brain stokes leading to unrecoverable damage to her brain. We are terribly scared with this and as told by doctors, Lata is fighting a losing battle now. She is on ventilator now.
29th January 2017
Hello All, sorry for the delay in updates. There is too much going on and we couldn’t sync up with the updates. After the first EVD at Hinduja, the medical treatment has been followed by two other surgeries.

On Friday, 27th of Jan, she was taken to 3rd floor OT for her next two surgeries.VP SHUNT and PORT insertion. The whole operation procedure took around 7 hours, including the recovery period after the operation.VP Shunting was performed by Dr.Mishra and Port insertion was done by Dr.Naphade.
Her responses are very unpredictable, we keep on talking to her just as we can’t really say, when she would respond. We do get lucky sometimes. She usually talks about family members and other normal things. Doctors at Hinduja are very supportive and always share a positive note to us.
Lata is now shifted to general /median ward at 9th floor bed number 18 as the charges for continuous ICU is significantly high and things could be managed in less expensive median ward.
Presently she is on RT feed and oral intake. We have been informed that any progress will take a long time to show up. It a long path and we need to be extremely strong mentally as well as emotionally to face all the difficulties on the way. There will be lots of ups and down in our way but we are strong and determined.



lata after the two surgeries.



Once again a hearty thanks to all the supporters to help us reach the target donation. Current target is achieved but we really don't know about the amount of monetary support we would be needing to fight this battle.In same regards,we are not closing the donation lines.

Please share in your network.

Hello All, sorry for the delay in updates. There is too much going on and we couldn’t sync up with the updates. After the first EVD at Hinduja, the medical treatment has been followed by two other surgeries.

On Friday, 27th of Jan, she was taken to 3rd floor OT for her next two surgeries.VP SHUNT and PORT insertion. The whole operation procedure took around 7 hours, including the recovery period after the operation.VP Shunting was performed by Dr.Mishra and Port insertion was done by Dr.Naphade.
Her responses are very unpredictable, we keep on talking to her just as we can’t really say, when she would respond. We do get lucky sometimes. She usually talks about family members and other normal things. Doctors at Hinduja are very supportive and always share a positive note to us.
Lata is now shifted to general /median ward at 9th floor bed number 18 as the charges for continuous ICU is significantly high and things could be managed in less expensive median ward.
Presently she is on RT feed and oral intake. We have been informed that any progress will take a long time to show up. It a long path and we need to be extremely strong mentally as well as emotionally to face all the difficulties on the way. There will be lots of ups and down in our way but we are strong and determined.



lata after the two surgeries.



Once again a hearty thanks to all the supporters to help us reach the target donation. Current target is achieved but we really don't know about the amount of monetary support we would be needing to fight this battle.In same regards,we are not closing the donation lines.

Please share in your network.