Now after fighting for survival from one and half month at the premier AIIMS Trauma Centre, Falak, the two-year-old battered baby seems to be discharged very soon with having signs of improvement.
Talking to reporters about Falak’s health improvement, Deepak Agrawal, assistant professor (neurosurgery) at the AIIMS Trauma Centre said, “She is showing body movements and moving her limbs, she has survived now.”
Agrawal is the one out of a team of 10 resident doctors who has been putting their full efforts to save the life of Falak for the past 43 days.
“Her infection and breathing problem is under control, but she is sub-conscious and still in coma,” he added in his statement.
A teenager, claiming to be her mother admitted Falak to the AIIMS January 18 with a fractured skull, bruises and human bite marks all over her body.
Due to operated with five life saving surgeries, AIIMS doctors were attending on her in the intensive care unit in a couple of days.
But now, very soon she may come out from hospital as giving green signal to her discharging report, Agrawal said, “She is doing fine, soon we can declare her fit to be discharged from the hospital.”