Coroner highlights 'catalogue of errors' in death of Down's syndrome boy



A coroner has ruled that a little boy with Down's syndrome died of natural causes, despite highlighting a "catalogue of errors" in his treatment.
Lydia Brown, assistant coroner for Leicester and South Leicestershire, criticised doctors and nurses in the treatment provided for Krishan Saujani at the end of a five-day inquest at Leicester Town Hall yesterday.
The three-year-old, who had Down's syndrome, died on November 8, 2015, from bronchial pneumonia - a day after being taken to Leicester Royal Infirmary with vomiting and diarrhoea.
The court heard how Krishan, from Leicester,... read more

 
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