Drug trial victim undergoing treatment at MGMH runs away
The victim of clinical drug trial, Boga Suresh undergoing treatment at MGM Hospital (MGMH), had run away from the hospital as a team of three officials has visited the hospital on Tuesday.
Warangal: The victim of clinical drug trial, Boga Suresh undergoing treatment at MGM Hospital (MGMH), had run away from the hospital as a team of three officials has visited the hospital on Tuesday.
It was said that 38-year-old Suresh was brought to MGMH on Sunday after he fainted on Saturday after vomiting blood. He was first admitted to AMC ward and later shifted to medical ward. The hospital sources said that since Monday he was asking the staff to discharge him as he was doing well. At around 9.30 am he left his ward and didn’t return.
The officials’ team comprising central drug inspector, Bikram Aditya, Warangal urban drug inspector, Narsaiah and clinical pharmacist at NIMS, C Prabhakar Reddy arrived at the hospital at around 1.30 pm. In the absence of the patient, they studied his case sheet and held discussions with the doctors.
The MGMH resident medical officer Dr Y Malleshwar apprised the team of officials about the treatment given to the patient. However, the doctors didn’t reveal the condition of the patient and how was let off unauthorisedly.
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