A young boy is blind, brain-damaged, doubly incontinent and requires 24-hour care after undergoing a procedure at a Cork hospital at the age of two, it has been claimed in the High Court.
It is claimed Darragh was admitted to the hospital on September 17th, 2000, and that, during his subsequent treatment, he came under the care of the defendants. He was admitted for a shunt revision, a shunt having been originally fitted on April 27th, 1998, just days after his birth, in relation to a malformation of his brain. The shunt was fitted to facilitate the movement of fluid around the brain.
'Our baby boy died because of hospital negligence and they won't even apologize."A MOTHER whose son died because of a string of "catastrophic errors" by hospital staff said today her life had been destroyed.He died from pneumonia aged 14 months, his immune system severely compromised because of his injuries.They received an out-of-court settlement, but say they have yet to be offered an apology.an apology is not much to ask for and thats basically all they want.
16-year-old boy dies in hospital, case of negligence.Sept. 13--Death of a boy undergoing treatment in a local hospital triggered protests forcing the police to register a case of negligence against top health officials including principal medical officer, chief medical hospital and other staff members of Employees State Insurance hospital. On Tuesday, Arjun, 16, a student of Class 9 and S/o Pawan Kumar was admitted in ESI hospital in NH 3 area in New Industrial Township after he complained of some problem in stomach.The family members alleged that the patient's condition had deteriorated soon after he was admitted.
medical negligence. Sir, Healthcare would improve if the threat of litigation was removed (letters, Nov 15, 20 & 26). Doctors, nurses and health workers generally should be protected by Crown immunity unless they deliberately or maliciously harm patients. Practising "defensively" curbs treatment choice, creates staff stress, engenders mistrust with patients, deprives frontline care of funds, adds to bureaucracy by recording minutiae as well as adding to over-testing and over-prescribing — "to tick all the boxes".
Man sues hospital for negligence. Hes is suing Townsville Hospital for medical negligence after he lost feeling in his left foot after seeking treatment for a serious cut. The 42-year-old tradesman claims he was stitched up, given a tetanus shot and sent home after attending the emergency department when he stepped on broken glass. It was later discovered the man had severed a tendon in his foot, which required surgery, and he lost feeling in his toes due to nerve damage.
Death after CT scan: Six doctors found guilty of negligence.Dec. 21--Two doctors from GT Hospital and four from St George Hospital have been found guilty of negligence that led to the death of 64-year-old Bhiku Tambe after a computed topography (CT) scan on Saturday. Tambe, a patient of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, was admitted to the St George Hospital on December 4 after he complained of breathlessness. He was taken to the GT Hospital for a CT scan on Saturday, after which he died at the hospital.
A hospital being investigated in the wake of the Mid Staffordshire NHS scandal has admitted liability for the death of a woman who was given drugs that damaged her liver.
Linda Sears died in 2010 at the age of 62 after being treated at Colchester General Hospital for a misdiagnosed overactive thyroid.
She was treated continuously with propylthiouracil, a drug with a high risk of causing serious liver injury, and both she and her husband, Anthony, asked repeatedly whether it might be to blame for making her feel unwell. By the time she was seen by a doctor six days later, her liver had failed.
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