A 24 year old single mother named 'Regine Salera' gave birth, by cesarean section, to her first child on 7 August 2015, at the Gen. Santos District Hospital in Philippines, to a beautiful baby girl named Micha. Three days later (10th August 2015), still in the Hospital, at around 8:30 am, the attending physician noticed that her hemoglobin count was low. The Doctor told her family members to provide a two bags of blood which they were to obtain from the nearest Red Cross Blood Bank in Gen.Santos City.The family provided the 2 bags of blood around 11:30 am. They told the on duty nurse that Regine needed the blood transfusion as soon as possible and the nurse said "okay, no worries". After few hours, still no transfusion had been performed. The family members kept going to the nurse station to ask for assistance but it seems the nurses ignored their pleas. Everytime they asked for the blood transfusion, The nurses had many reasons why it was taking so long to perform. Reasons given were that they were doing 'a cross match', they were having a meeting, and the Doctor was not in the Hospital.
Around 3:30 pm Regine needed oxygen because she couldn't breath; she was still waiting for the blood transfusion. The bleeding was getting worse and her blood pressure had dropped to 40. Around 5:00 pm the Doctor turned up in the hospital, she was shocked to see that the transfusion had still not been performed. When told that they were waiting for a cross match the doctor told the nurses that should only have taken an hour at most. Then, she finally had the blood transfusion. The Doctor then decided to transfer her to the Private Hospital for surgery, she was unconscious while in the ambulance and she died soon after arrival at the hospital.
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