My Daughter 1 month old, was admitted in a reputed hospital for a rash near her groin area, suspected to be a bacterial/fungal infection. While her blood, urine and spinal fluid was sent to the lab for culture, the hospital guys wanted to start the treatment on her. After more than an hour of try the nurses failed to get an IV into my daughter, she was poked on all possible parts of the body & failed. They had to take help of NICU nurse, finally IV was in her left leg ankle with no window to see the IV site. Next day when the IV site was opened, my daughter had a thick red blister and I was told it was just a wound. After 2 days when a pediatric surgeon took a look at it, told us that it is a second degree chemical burn and currently we treating her for a 3rd degree burn outside the hospit
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