Three of them, all at RML, remain in critical condition
Out of 57 victims admitted to Ram Manohar Lohia (RML) Hospital, 24 were still receiving care till Sunday. Six of these 24 were discharged on Monday. The condition of three patients admitted in the hospital is still critical. In all, 30 blast victims are now undergoing treatment at various hospitals in the city.
Help at hand: RML Hospital in Delhi. file pic
"We have discharged more than 26 patients in the past five days. Some of the victims are turning up to the OPD for follow-up," said Dr Sunil Saxena, CMO, RML Hospital.
40-year-old Allaudin, a resident of Daryaganj who suffered injuries in the head and left leg, was there at the surgery OPD. "I have been asked to come at regular intervals for changing my bandages," he said.
According to Dr Saxena, most of the injured victims will have to come for follow-up care for a long period of time. Apart from RML, four victims are undergoing treatment at Safdarjung, five at AIIMS, two at Max and one each at Moolchand and LNJP hospitals.
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