Madras High Court directs infertility treatment centre to pay ₹40 lakh to woman for botched up surgery resulting in punctured colon

The Court said that the doctors had taken unnecessary risk that resulted in leaving the woman incapable of conceiving a child and had imposed life-long physical disabilities on her.
Madras High Court
Madras High Court

The Madras High Court recently directed a private infertility treatment hospital in Chennai and three of its doctors to pay ₹40 lakh to a Sri Lankan woman, who was left with a perforated colon and permanent disabilities following a botched up surgery related to her infertility treatment [Flora Madiazagane v GG Hospital].

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