Blame doctors crippled children
KUALA LUMPUR - Dream a husband and wife to fondle the eye, the perfect nature are inaccessible after their baby girl's right foot had to be amputated three weeks after birth, early last month.
Although pleased with what happened, the mother of the baby's father, Mohd. Hasmadi Mohd. Nor, 30, and Umi Kulthum Baharuddin, 24, still disappointed because they claim the Taiping Hospital staff who treated their eldest son, Nur Amani sincere slow to act, thus causing his ankle had to be amputated on December 1.
Mohd. Hasmadi said hospital staff have the right toes Nur Amani infected sincere and turns blue again as early as 19 November.
"The hospital took two weeks to monitor what is happening until it is too late and feet are all our children had to be amputated.
"If they are quick on the trigger finger may just cut my child and not the ankles, made it devastated our hearts," said Mohd. Hasmadi to Kosmo! when met at his home in Desa Aman Puri, Kepong here yesterday.
He is working on a vehicle assembly plant here told, Nur Amani sincere born premature on November 7 last year in the hospital and placed in the ward because of respiratory problems.
"I see the nurse there took blood samples and giving injections of antibiotics every day on the right foot.
"But on November 19, doctors told her thumb and two fingers of my child's right foot turned blue due to infection," he says.