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Kiri Gil­bert

So sad to read about this. It is dis­turb­ing to know that the ac­ci­dent with the con­crete laun­dry tub is avoid­able if vig­i­lance and safety think­ing was ex­er­cised on the part of the host; plus, the early med­i­cal dis­charge of the child was un­usual. Per­haps the Fiji Med­i­cal Coun­cil ought to look into this. I urge par­ents to fol­low their in­stincts and de­mand for bet­ter med­i­cal care if they feel some­thing isn’t right. One can even re­quest for a sec­ond opin­ion or seek out one. Sin­cere con­do­lences to the fam­ily of the poor child.

Osea Taoi

Shock­ing !!!! Why couldn’t the child Im not a doc­tor but good­ness me, I would have sug­gested a bet­ter treat­ment for this head in­jury.Time for this doc­tors li­cense be can­celled and charged for crim­i­nal negligence.

Reshma Devi

So sad wats the doc­tors r do­ing now days plz look into the mat­ter. …we all de­pends on doc­tor don’t know whom to trust now days

Sha­nia Buksh

Sad to read this when start­ing of my day. Doc­tors should be life savers not in­go­rant. Poor kid went through ao much and now the fam­ily is suf­fer­ing. That doc­tor should be pun­ished big time. Hate to say it but Fiji hos­pitql needs im­prove­ment.

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