The Institute of Public Health (ISP) excluded the transmission of HIV to 15 minors who were operated at Rancagua Hospital.
Last Wednesday, a 24-hour mummy case was discovered that found that the 11-year-old daughter reacted with HIV after a dosing of tonsillectomy at the health center.
On this occasion, the mother of the girl accused the hospital that during her surgery her daughter used non-steroids.
After that, the ISP carried out a second sample, which finally excluded the possibility of infections of the child, as confirmed by the director of the Rancagua Hospital, Fernando Millard Martínez.
With this report from an Internet service provider, the hospital also excluded infections from other 14 children who were subjected to tonilectomy on the same day as the youngest of 11 years.