Vidya worked as a primary school teacher in Pondicherry. During the lunch break, as she did every day, Vidya left for home on her bike to join her husband and baby girl for lunch. The 29-year-old was riding when her bike collided head-on with a car and she fell beneath the car.
A passerby rushed her to a government hospital nearby, and then admitted her in JIPMER, the very hospital that Gururajan worked as a nurse in.Vidya was admitted in the emergency and trauma ward and suffered multiple fractures and internal damage. The doctors recommended her to be admitted to MIOT Hospital in Chennai,TamilNadu.
Gururajan shifted with his wife and 1 and-a-half-year-old daughter to Chennai overnight. He took an indefinite leave of absence from his job. His focus was entirely on getting his wife back.
Vidya is in critical condition and is fighting for her life in the Intensive Care Unit. She is on life support also known as Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation ECMO, an extracorporeal technique of providing both cardiac and respiratory support to persons whose heart and lungs are unable to provide an adequate amount of gas exchange to sustain life.
"She is responding positively to the treatment. That is good. But there is still a long way to go." - Gururajan,31, Husband of Vidya and Nurse at JIPMER Institute of Medical Sciences, PondicherryThe cost of treatment is likely to cross Rs.25 lakh in the coming weeks. Your support can help Gururajan and his baby gets their Vidya back.
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