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Help Avighna Recover from Brain Damage Due To Trainee Nurse’s Mistake

My name is Monojit Saha. I am a photo-journalist in kolkata. My son Avighna was 1 yr 4 months old when he started vomitting and was having problems while urinating. My wife and I took him to a doctor for check up where the doctor said he's dehydrated. He was admitted in Park Clinic, Kolkata.

The afternoon before the discharge date, Avinghna was given a wrong injection(KCl- potassium chloride) by a trainee nurse in the hospital because of which he immediately got a cardiac arrest. During this, blood did not flow to a part of the brain and now 80% of his brain is damaged. He was on ventilation for 19 days post this. We took him to another hospital after he was off ventialtor for check ups.

     

After a few months, there was water accumulation in his brain.  A surgery was done to remove this water and a programable shaunt has been put in his brain.

My son is now 3 yrs old and completely bed ridden. He is not able to play or talk and stares into the void most of the time.



We have consulted every possible doctor we could but no one has been able to cure him. They all have said that since major part of her brain is damaged, there is no such cure for it. He will need livelong support of medications, physiotherapy and speech therapy. Every month I spend close to Rs 22000 for this.

Few friends and relatives have helped us in the past but we still have spent close to 18-20 lakhs. Now I am finding it difficult to bear this prolonged cost.  
Please contribute and help me keep my son alive.
Transfer certificate from Park clinic
Transfer certificate from Park clinic
Physiotherapy monthly estimate
Physiotherapy monthly estimate
Medicine prescription
Medicine prescription
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4th June 2020
Dear Supporters,

Thank you for your love and support.

With all your blessings, Avighna's physiotherapy, speech therapy and special physiotherapy was stopped due to COVID 19 nationwide lockdown but just two days started physiotherapy as per doctor's advice. We will visit Dr.Subhamoy Das and pediatric gastroenterologist and Dr. Jigyasha Sinha in coming days, after the the situation restore,as we regularly contact with doctors over phone.

Please pray for him for his betterment to God that he can do everything as all children does..

Thank you once again.

Regards
Monojit
(Father)
Dear Supporters,

Thank you for your love and support.

With all your blessings, Avighna's physiotherapy, speech therapy and special physiotherapy was stopped due to COVID 19 nationwide lockdown but just two days started physiotherapy as per doctor's advice. We will visit Dr.Subhamoy Das and pediatric gastroenterologist and Dr. Jigyasha Sinha in coming days, after the the situation restore,as we regularly contact with doctors over phone.

Please pray for him for his betterment to God that he can do everything as all children does..

Thank you once again.

Regards
Monojit
(Father)
28th February 2020
Dear Supporters,

Thank you for your love and support.

With all your blessings, Avighna's physiotherapy, speech therapy and special physiotherapy is going on as per doctor's advice. We visited Dr.Subhamoy Das, pediatric gastroenterologist and Dr. Jigyasha Sinha, pediatric neurologistlast last January and this month respectively.Dr. Das and Dr. Sinha has introduced new medicines as well and both said to continue all the therapy as advised before.

Please pray for him for his betterment to God that he can do everything as all children does..

Thank you once again.

Regards
Monojit
(Father)
Dear Supporters,

Thank you for your love and support.

With all your blessings, Avighna's physiotherapy, speech therapy and special physiotherapy is going on as per doctor's advice. We visited Dr.Subhamoy Das, pediatric gastroenterologist and Dr. Jigyasha Sinha, pediatric neurologistlast last January and this month respectively.Dr. Das and Dr. Sinha has introduced new medicines as well and both said to continue all the therapy as advised before.

Please pray for him for his betterment to God that he can do everything as all children does..

Thank you once again.

Regards
Monojit
(Father)
9th January 2020
Dear Supporters,

Thank you for your love and support.

With all your blessings, Avighna's physiotherapy, speech therapy and special physiotherapy is going on as per doctor's advice. We visited Dr.Subhamoy Das, pediatric gastroenterologist last November. He asked us to continue the previous medicines and he also added some new medicines and said to continue all therapy.

We will visit Dr. Jigyasha Sinha, pediatric neurologist for his check up and ask her for the suggestion for the further betterment.

Thank you once again.

Regards
Monojit
(Father)
Dear Supporters,

Thank you for your love and support.

With all your blessings, Avighna's physiotherapy, speech therapy and special physiotherapy is going on as per doctor's advice. We visited Dr.Subhamoy Das, pediatric gastroenterologist last November. He asked us to continue the previous medicines and he also added some new medicines and said to continue all therapy.

We will visit Dr. Jigyasha Sinha, pediatric neurologist for his check up and ask her for the suggestion for the further betterment.

Thank you once again.

Regards
Monojit
(Father)
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Rs.700 raised

Goal: Rs.30,000

Beneficiary: Avighna Saha info_outline

Supporters (2)

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Anonymous donated Rs.200

I am a Physiotherapist by profession, Gold medalist with Masters degree. I am interested to give free Physiotherapy to the child till the child becomes independent.

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Anonymous donated Rs.500