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After getting instructions on Whatsapp, MBBS student helps deliver baby on train


Vipin Bhagwanrao Khadse, a 24-year-old final year MBBS student from the Nagpur-based Government Medical College on Friday performed a complicated delivery when a woman went into labour on the train.

MBBS student helps deliver baby on train

According to reports, the woman and Khadse were travelling in Ahmedabad Puri Express train when suddenly the woman started feeling the pain. The train was about 30 km far from Nagpur when the relatives of the woman pulled the chain to halt the train. The ticket collector and guard who inquired about the situation were later looking for a doctor on board.

Khadse who initaly kept quiet thinking he is not the professional doctor but then he offered to help the woman. When he went and attended the woman, he saw that the woman was bleeding profusely and instead of head, the baby's shoulder emerged out first. He immediately posted the photo asking for help in whatsapp group of doctors after which a senior resident doctor guided him in performing the delivery.

Khadse who aspires to be a surgeon said that every doctor should know how to help a woman in labour. Soon after the train reached Nagpur station, a team of woman doctor from the railway hospital took charge of the situation.

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