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A Mother’s Trauma

Monday, October 31, 2022

Acute kidney injury cases are difficult to treat in some regions. The right medical equipment and specialists are not always available.

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A woman prepares powder medicine at a pharmacy in Bandung, West Java, October 19. The health ministry instructed all pharmacies to temporarily stop selling over-the-counter syrup medicines. ANTARA FOTO/Raisan Al Farisi . tempo : 172148327839.

FROM behind a window glass, Eva Nurmala looked on as her daughter Nasifa was surrounded by a team of doctors at the Badan Pengusahaan Batam Hospital (RSBP Batam), Riau Islands, on the morning of Saturday, October 1. Several moments prior, a nurse informed Eva that her daughter had critical acute kidney injury. “The doctors pumped my daughter’s chest,” Eva said on Thursday, October 27.

That day, Nasifa, who was 2 years old and 7


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