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Severely dehydrated British child sucked on wet wipes and died, NHS issues apology
 

Severely dehydrated British child sucked on wet wipes and died, NHS issues apology

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The toddler suffered a catastrophic brain haemorrhage and cardiac arrest, which resulted in his death six weeks after he underwent corrective heart surgery. The complications were from a series of shortcomings at Bristol Children’s Hospital in England.
 
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19 Dec 2016 - General
 
Such malpractices should result in suspension of licenses of the personnel involved. Giving blood thinning medications for the wrong duration of time can really result in patient death, as errors involving these medications can cause serious complications. Also, dehydration is a very simple issue and should not have happened to any patient. The loss of a child has a sadder impact on a family, and to think that this was preventable and that it happened while he should have been receiving proper c...
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