By Kapil Joshi - Reporting and Communications coordinator
PHASE Nepal ad commenced health programme in 6 remote VDCs of Mugu district since April 2016. Till September nearly about 2600 people have received treatment from the Primary Health care centre in the 6 VDCs. A pregnant woman whose delivery date had come started suffering labout pain but due to a condition called Polyhydramenus, a condition in which the water inside the womb is more than the required level, she had complications in her delivery. Ms. Kalika Thakuri upon examining the pregnant woman identified the condition of the woman and referred her to District Hospital for further treatment. PHASE staff coordinated with District Hospital and district hospital coordinated with Bheri Zonal hospital for the treatment of the woman. The efforts showed results and the woman was airlifted from Kotdanda VDC in Mugu district to Bheri Zonal Hospital in Nepalgunj. The woman had complications but timely airlfiting for treatment saved her life although the infant could not be saved.
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