On 20 July 2011 General Electric Company whistleblower Seema Sapra went to the Max Saket hospital and complained of poisoning specifically because of her corruption complaints against General Electric Company.
She met Dr Sushum Sharma who helped initiate and participated in a conspiracy to cover up her complaint of poisoning. He asked Seema Sapra to undergo a preventative health check-up instead of responding to a poisoning case as required by law and medical ethics. He wrote a prescription mentioning only her preexisting condition of hypothyroidism and suppressed her complaint of poisoning.He further suggested a preventative health check-up package which did not include a kidney function test.
Seema Sapra therefore had several medical tests conducted at Max Gurgaon Hospital on 22 July 2011 as part of a "Silver PHP Check" package offered by Max.
Several very serious abnormal test results which were clinically significant in a person complaining of exposure to poison and toxins both ingested and inhaled were suppressed by Max Healthcare doctors.
The blood haemogram test conducted on Seema Sapra at Max Gurgaon Hospital was abnormal with several serious findings all clinically significant in a case of poisoning. The Hematocrit or Packed Cell Volume (PCV) at 34.7 was lower than the normal range. A decreased Hematocrit is a finding of anaemia. The haemoglobin was on the lower side at 12. The ESR (erythrocyte sedimentation rate) at 32 was higher than the normal range. A high ESR indicates the presence of inflammation in the body and is an indicator of an active infection/ disease or an active immune response to poison/ toxins. A high ESR would be a clinical finding of toxicity or poisoning. The RBCs were normocytic normochromic indicating that the indicated anemia was normocytic. I had complained of exposure to nitrous oxide and therefore the decreased Hematocrit indicating normocytic anemia was clinically significant for the poisoning. Nitrous oxide exposure creates vitamin B12 deficiency which in turn causes anemia.
These were suppressed by Max Healthcare along with several other abnormal results. Max Healthcare doctors not only suppressed Seema Sapra's complaints of poisoning but also denied her crucial medical treatment for such poisoning.
See the report of the blood haemogram test dated 22 July 2011 below.
Other tests conducted at Max Gurgaon hospital on General Electric whistleblower Seema Sapra on 22 July 2011 included a liver function test, a lipid profile, a blood sugar profile, uric acid test, some renal profile tests, and urine and stool tests. The liver function test showed slightly lower than normal levels of protein. The lipid and blood sugar profiles and the stool examination was normal. The reports of these tests are reproduced below.
The urine examination results were clinically significant for the complaint of poisoning and are dealt with in a separate post on this blog.