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Once report is made, Medical Council will get involved – Dr Rambarran

first_imgDeath of 14-year-old at Suddie Regional HospitalMuch is being speculated as to what resulted in the blood poisoning and ultimately the death of 14-year-old Rabindra Khagaram, who was being treated at the Suddie Regional Hospital, Region Two, for ankle pains.14-year-oldRabindra KhagaramAt this point, it is unclear as to whether the Public Health Ministry has launched an investigation into the matter, but according to the Chairman of the Guyana Medical Council, Dr Navindranauth Rambarran, if a report is made requesting an investigation, then the Council will also become involved.“It has not been reported in that regard in the news. If someone, or when a complaint actually arises out of such an incident, the Medical Council can get involved. Any entity that has received the complaint, the institution itself can complain about it, the individual can complain and then by the law, the Medical Council can act on it in receipt of the complaint,” he told Guyana Times on Thursday.A Post-Mortem conducted on Khagaram, who succumbed at the Suddie Public Hospital, revealed that the boy’s blood became septic and this led to his death. Reports are that the teen, a former student of the Anna Regina Multilateral School, began complaining of pain in his ankle on Sunday while he was celebrating his 14th birthday.He reportedly started crying out for pain his left ankle and as such, he was taken to the Suddie Public Hospital. According to information received, the teen was given an injection and antibiotics.He was sent away and upon arrival at home, he went to bed since he told relatives that he was feeling drowsy. His mother stated that soon after her son woke up, he started to cry out for chest pains and without hesitation, he was rushed back to the hospital.He was seen by another doctor, who administered another injection and prescribed some tablets.At about 02:00h on Monday morning, the mother went to her son’s room to check on his condition but found that his body was extremely cold and he was perspiring heavily.Again, she took him back to the hospital where he was admitted to the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) but took his last breath a few hours later.last_img read more

Mary Brown’s Chicken fire under investigation

first_imgFORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – A fire that broke out at Mary Brown’s Chicken in the Totem Mall area over the weekend is under investigation.On Sunday morning at about 3:20 am, firefighters responded to a call of alarms ringing. Units responded to the call and saw a small haze and smoke in the area and then arrived at Mary Brown’s Chicken.Firefighters made entry and found sprinklers had contained the fire. Firefighters were able to contain the rest of the fire without problems.- Advertisement -Fred Burrows with the fire department says the cause of the fire is still under investigation and no other details will be released at this time.last_img read more

No plans to change fair play rule – FIFA

first_img0Shares0000Japan will face Belgium for a place in the quarter-finals after finishing runners-up in Group H © AFP / Philippe DESMAZESMOSCOW, Russian Federation, Jun 29 – FIFA said it had no plans to change its fair play criteria that allowed Japan to qualify for the last 16 of the World Cup at the expense of Senegal in controversial circumstances.Japan and Senegal were both locked on four points in Group H with identical goal differences and the same number of goals scored, but the Asian side went through to the next round on Thursday after collecting fewer yellow cards in the group stage. In a farcical end to Japan’s 1-0 loss to Poland, the Japanese players slowed to walking pace and hardly a single tackle was made. Both teams were booed from the pitch in Volgograd.It sparked comparisons with the infamous 1982 World Cup match between West Germany and Austria, where both teams played out a mutually beneficial 1-0 win for the Germans.“This is the first time (the fair play rule) has been used in a senior World Cup in this way. Obviously what we want to avoid is the drawing of lots,” Colin Smith, FIFA’s chief tournament and event officer, said Friday.“We believe teams should go forward on their performance and what happens on the pitch, not what happens in a draw pool.“This criteria was introduced to provide one more criteria before we would have to revert to the drawing of lots.”Japan advanced to a last-16 tie against Belgium as Akira Nishino’s team received two fewer bookings across their three group games than the six picked up by Senegal.“We will review after this World Cup,” Smith added. “We will see what the feedback is, what the situation is but as it currently stands we don’t see any need to change the rule that’s been put in place.”0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more