-Aksidenteng nagkamali ng check ang doktor sa isang form na nagsasaad kung ang pasyente ay HIV positive o negative
-Isang Pinay na buntis pa naman ang pasyenteng ito at nagdulot ng malaking kaguluhan sa mag-asawa
-Maging ang ipinagbubuntis nito ay nagdelikado din
Lubos na kaguluhan lalo na sa pag-iisip ng mag-asawa matapos na ma-diagnose ang babae na buntis pa naman na mayroong HIV.
Ayon sa ulat, May 28 nang pumunta sa isang clinic ang asawa ni Mr. Ng na isang Pinay para sa medical examination na gagamitin nito sa pag-aapply sa ng permanent residency sa Singapore.
May isa na itong anak at kasalukuyang buntis nang magpa-check up.
Nang matanggap ni Mr. Ng ang medical examination report sa Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (ICA) mula sa Outram Polyclinic noong June 6, lubha siyang nagulat sa resulta.
Ayon sa resulta ng medical exam, HIV positive ang kanyang asawa.
Ganunpaman, sa isang medical report na pinagawa ng kanyang asawa sa parehong araw, nakasaad naman dito na negative ang resulta.
Dala ng labis na pagkalito agad na kinontak ni Mr. Ng ang SingHealth upang imbestigahan ang pangyayari.
“This is not a small issue. She is pregnant with a second child there are a lot of risks involved,” ayon dito.
“If we were to be of weak heart and mind, divorce could have taken place or even suicide could have happened with the unborn baby inside. If I were to be a father or a mother who knows the baby will be born HIV positive, the second thing that could have happened was an abortion,” anito sa isang panayam sa Stomp.
Sa isang pahayag mula sa clinic director ng SingHealth Polyclinics-Outram na si Dr Sinead Wang, humingi ito ng despensa sa kaguluhang nangyari.
Binigyan na rin ng tamang medical report ang Pinay.
“We apologise unreservedly for the distress and anxiety caused to our patient and her family for the transcribing error in the ICA medical examination report.
“We have counselled the attending doctor and taken steps to strengthen our processes to ensure that this does not happen again.
“We apologise unreservedly for the distress and anxiety caused to our patient and her family for the transcribing error in the ICA medical examination report. The patient visited Outram Polyclinic in June 2018.
“During the visit, the patient requested for the doctor to certify her ICA medical examination report.
“During the process, the doctor mistakenly ticked the HIV ‘positive’ box in the report, even though the HIV screening result was negative.
“Following the incident, we have contacted the patient and her family to extend our apologies and provided them with a fresh ICA medical examination report.
“We have counselled the attending doctor and taken steps to strengthen our processes to ensure that this does not happen again.” anito.
Source: Stomp, The Asianparent
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