Her vital parameters are normal and she has been able to digest well the food that she has started taking orally. The girl had a proper breakfast on Tuesday and was feeling much better.
“Her urine output is normal and the colostomy, creating a passage to pass stool, is functioning well,” Dr Sharma added.
It will take about 10 days before the girl is in a condition to be discharged from the hospital.
“She would require a few corrective surgeries later on. Our primary concern is to ensure she gets back to normal health wise; we will perform corrective surgeries once she is fit,” said a senior doctor at the hospital, requesting anonymity.
The girl was shifted to AIIMS from east Delhi’s Swami Dayanand hospital on April 19 and doctors at the hospital had performed a life-saving surgery on the girl. They had taken out three pieces of candles and a 200ml of plastic hair oil bottle from inside her that were possibly shoved inside through her private parts by the accused.
She is being treated by a team of eight specialists from paediatric surgery, paediatric medicine and gynaecology department at AIIMS. The girl as raped in east Delhi’s Gandhi Nagar on April 15 by two men.