"A doctor was put on awaited posting order and two male nurses were suspended Thursday night after finding negligence in the unborn delivery case", Joint Director, Jodhpur zone, S K Parmar said.
The carelessness and the insensitivity shown by the accused male nurse and his colleague endangered the life of the mother, who is said to be fighting for her life in the hospital.
A nurse at an Indian hospital has reportedly accidentally pulled the head off a baby during its birth.
While delivering the child, one of the nurses was said to have "pulled so hard" that the baby was split into two parts last January 6 in a community health center in Ramgarh, reports The Hindustan Times.
A male nurse at a government health centre in Ramgarh in Rajasthan's Jaisalmer district pulled at a foetus so hard while attempting to deliver the baby that it broke into two parts.
Dr Ravindra Sankhla, gynecologist at Jawahar Hospital said the staff at the health centre informed him that they finished the delivery but left the placenta in the womb.
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At the second hospital, doctors operated on her and found the baby's head in her womb. Tilok Bhati, the father, claimed that the Ramgarh hospital staff were inebriated and misbehaved with them. According to the doctor, he stabilised the mother's health and "referred her to Ummed Hospital in Jodhpur".
In June a year ago, a British gynaecologist was found guilty of medical misconduct, after she accidentally decapitated an unborn baby in the womb.
The investigating officer of the case, Jalam Singh, said the woman's husband had filed a complaint against the two nurses.
"The reports from the Ramgarh health centre stated that delivery had been done".
'When questioned, the hospital staffers handed over the lower part of the foetus to us.