She is the 50th covid positive pregnant woman to seek treatment at Kannur Medical College
Thiruvananthapuram: Kerala is witnessing another historic moment in Covid treatment. The 32-year-old Kannur Govt. She gave birth to twins at the Medical College Hospital. This is the first time a Covid-positive woman has given birth to twins. This is the first time in India that a Covid-positive woman has given birth to two children through IVF treatment. Covid, who is seeking treatment at Kannur Medical College Hospital, gave birth to twins. This is the ninth cesarean delivery.
The doctors who led the treatment were handed over to Health Minister K.K. Shailaja congratulated the teacher. Glad to hear news like this at this time when Covid is immersed in defensive activities. This is an example of the great services that health workers do. He wished the baby and the mother all the best.
The two boys were delivered by caesarean section at 12.30pm. Surgery was complicated by the fact that high blood pressure, diabetes, and complications following Kovid disease were twins. Head of the Department of Gynecology, Dr. The. Ajith, Assoc. Professor Dr. The surgery was performed by a medical team including Malini with full Covid security systems. After a positive RTPCR test on the 24th, the result of a recent antigen test result of a young woman undergoing treatment in a special Covid isolation ward was negative. The health condition of the mother and her two children is not critical at present, said the medical superintendent. K. Sudeep, Principal Dr. K.M. And Kuriakos.
For the first time in the state, a Covid positive patient gave birth at Kannur Govt. Medical College Hospital. More pregnant women in the state who are Kovid positive are seeking treatment. In addition, Covid recovered from the family and four families were discharged from the hospital.