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Crime and Accident

Delhi gang-rape: Victim still critical, suffers internal bleeding

Tuesday, 25 December 2012
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New Delhi, December 25:

The health condition of 23 years old gang-rape victim continues to remain critical on Tuesday even as she suffered from more internal bleeding on late Monday night, doctors have said, as per CNN-IBN report.

The internal bleeding reportedly began on Sunday night due to clotting of blood vessels. To improve her blood coagulation power, doctors are giving her frozen plasma and Pleiotrophin (PTN).

On Monday, the team of doctors treating her at Safdurjung hospital had said that the victim, who is on ventilator, has fever was ‘conscious but still not out of danger’.

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