A new mother suffering from postpartum bleeding has been rescued by a helicopter and taken to Kathmandu on the initiative of Helambu rural municipality.
Helambu rural municipality Chair Neema Gyaljen Sherpa shared that the new mother suffering from excessive bleeding after giving birth to a lifeless child at Helambu-7 based Ichowk birthing center at 2.30 pm on Saturday was airlifted to Kathmandu through a Manang Air helicopter.
The health condition of new mother, Pema Lama of Helambu-1, who is undergoing treatment at Maharajgunj-based Tribhuvan University Teaching Hospital, is out of danger now as informed by rural municipality health section in-charge Gyanendra Sigdel.
Last week too, the rural municipality had rescued a new mother Furwa Dolma Lama of Hemalmbu-1 on its own expenses after the newborn saw respiratory complications.
Helambu Chair Sherpa said the local government is ever ready to work for the protection of its residents anytime.
Source: National News Agency Nepal