I never thought that a skin infection will lead to a deadly blood infection called Septocemia and my husband life will hang in danger.
My husband RAM SINGH CHAUHAN who is 65 years old, is a (mitral valve replacement, (2009) heart patient & was suffering from a skin edema in both his legs due to the side effects of a long-term heart medicine which he was taking from past 9 years. Over the period of time the skin edema led to an infection & both his feet got infected, which later converted into sepsis. Wish if I had pushed him earlier to go and get it checked - Anita Chauhan, wife.
In June, when his legs swelled up severely he showed it a cardiologist in Fortis hospital, Jaipur on 19th June 2018 , the doc gave him a medicine to subside the swelling, but didn't alert him with the severe consequences of sepsis and for a brief time he was recovering well.
On the fateful night of 27th June he started vomiting & developed high fever, we rushed him to nearby Fortis hospital. The doctors immediately put him into an ICU but slowly the infection in his blood started damaging his health & the sepsis started taking it's deadly shape.
Due to poor nursing care at Fortis, we changed the hospital immediately on 29th June night and took him to another hospital CK Birla, Jaipur. There the attentive doctors gave him much needed aggressive treatment. They put him on the ventilator support immediately & started all the necessary life saving antibiotics. But by that time the infection did the damage already, the sepsis worsened on 30th June & from that day his kidney functions shut down completely. Currently his both Kidneys & Liver functions are severely damaged and he's unconscious. All the details and reports are attached, you can call at hospital and verify the details as well.
Due to his past heart surgery none of the medical insurance companies gave him insurance. He is critical but showing positive response to the treatment & we're very hopeful for his recovery.
We request you to kindly help us as much as you can, and with every single penny please pray for his recovery. We don't need money, my husband doesn't need money... he needs medication and prayers for his recovery. Hospital has given us an estimate of INR 10 lakhs , we are trying our best to arrange the funds, but your little help means a lot at this time.
We assure every single penny will be used for his treatment. If you wish to directly transfer money into CK Birla Hospital, please find below details for the same.
Account holder - Rukmani Birla Hospital - A unit of The Calcutta Medical Research Institute