A pregnant lady who had tried positive for Covid-19 has conveyed a healthy baby at a neighborhood hospital in Dubai.
Experiencing preeclampsia and blood pressure, Syeda Fariya arrived at Zulekha Hospital when she didn’t feel very well before her delivery date. On her appearance, hospital staff inspected her and decided the baby must be conveyed quickly as a crisis C-segment.
Dr Bushra Gul, an obstetrics and gynecology expert at Zulekha Hospital, said that the clinical group had made arrangements for Fariya’s care before she showed up at the hospital. The arrangement incorporated a different course for her so she didn’t interface with different patients and open them to the contamination.
“Staff were doled out explicit jobs in the arrangement for the patient’s care, and everybody knew what they needed to do before she even showed up at the hospital. No time was squandered; she was analyzed promptly on appearance. It turned out the embryo was in trouble, and he must be conveyed promptly by means of cesarean segment,” she said.
Albeit the mother was Covid-19 positive, doctors, nurses and staff at the hospital didn’t spare a moment to put forth a valiant effort for her and her baby.
The activity was done with full Covid-19 precautionary measures set up, and all wellbeing safeguards were required to ensure the hospital group and different patients from openness to the virus.
The baby required help in his initial days and was conceded to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) under the care of Dr Deepu Abraham, Consultant Neonatology and Pediatric, and his group. The baby was subsequently delivered healthy.
“Me and my baby were honored to get the care we required from a skilled group of doctors, nurses and hospital staff who did their most extreme to deal with us in our basic circumstance”.
“I didn’t feel any segregation or inadequate treatment for being Covid-19 positive. All things considered, the hospital group didn’t spare a moment to find every one of the fundamental ways to deal with us, especially that my case was time-basic”, said Fariya.