The State Government has ensured that an advance amount of Rs.4 lakhs was electronically transferred to hospital to defray the treatment expenses by CMRF yesterday for the treatment of the girl who was burnt alive in Hinganghat on February 3.
On Monday morning, February 3 the gruesome incident took place at Hinganghat where a 24-year-old unmarried female lecturer was burnt alive in front of her academic institution after which she was brought to Orange City Hospital & Research Institute, Nagpur for further treatment.
As reaffirmed by Dr. Sunil Keswani, initial 7 days are very critical for her. Two session of session of Debridement, Burn Dressings and Both upper limb multiple fasciotomy has been done. No setbacks have occurred till now. Although her condition remains critical, she is maintaining her vitals with 5 liters of Oxygen. Her urine output has improved. She is responding to commands. Her condition does remains critical. The treating specialists are keeping an eye on anticipated complications like Infection and respiratory deterioration.
She had Deep Burn injuries over Scalp, face, Right Upper Limb, Left hand, Upper Back, Full Neck, Ocular involvement with severe Inhalation Injury. She underwent Tracheotomy, Burn dressings, Debridement’s and escharectomies. Her Provisional Diagnosis is 35-40% Grade III Deep Dermal Burns with Respiratory Distress with Inhalational Injury with Related Complications.