Doctor who missed sepsis which killed boy, 9, could soon be back in work



A Merseyside doctor who missed an infection that killed a nine-year-old boy could soon go back to work after a four-month ban.
Tragic Thomas Hull, from St Helens, died from sepsis just hours after being discharged from Whiston Hospital.
Dr Thiagarajan Sundaravadivelu admitted failing to grasp that Thomas had already been diagnosed with sepsis only a few hours earlier, before he began his shift.
But he avoided being struck off at a medical tribunal earlier this year, with the short-term suspension dubbed “disgraceful” by the patient’s family.
The doctor’s temporary ban could be lifted this... read more

 
1 August 2017 in Regional North West , Views: 57
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