JUDGEMENT: Civil suit No. 111 of 2012

JUDGEMENT: Civil suit No. 111 of 2012

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It is contended that from admission, at the hospital the deceased who had an obstructed labour condition did not receive the appropriate medical care and attention owing to the absence of the assigned doctor on duty for the day to attend to her and manage her condition and the birth of her child.