Carlisle hospital consultant tells why woman was not given scan - inquest

Carlisle hospital consultant tells why woman was not given scan - inquest
 

A consultant has told why a woman at Carlisle's Cumberland Infirmary was not given an important scan despite ongoing complaints of stomach pains.
At the inquest into the death of Tessa Harker, from Wigton, Frank Hinson said that he did not believe that the 21-year-old had suffered any abdominal perforation.
Miss Harker died at the hospital on March 6 last year after a stomach ulcer - that went undetected - burst.
Giving evidence Mr Hinson accepted that a recommendation for a CT scan to be undertaken had been made to him by registrar Shaker Alseifi on the morning of March 4.
However, he did... read more

 
1 August 2017 in Regional North West , Views: 48
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