Coroner criticises care of woman who died after kidney stone operation

Coroner criticises care of woman who died after kidney stone operation
 

A series of medical “absences” played a part in the death of a woman 14 years ago after a routine kidney stone operation, the third inquest into her death has ruled.
Carmel Bloom, 54, from Ilford, Essex, died on 8 September 2002, after surgery at the private Roding hospital in Ilford, where she worked as a health controller. She was taken to Whipps Cross intensive therapy unit (ITU) but died after her blood pressure fell and she suffered cardiac arrest.
This new inquest was ordered in 2014 at the request of her family, who said fresh evidence had come to light.
The coroner, Karon Monaghan... read more

 
3 October 2016 in Health, Views: 41
Source: Guardian
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