NHS ‘blunders’ led to nearly 200 deaths last year

NHS ‘blunders’ led to nearly 200 deaths last year
 

Other deaths included a pensioner who died from a nose bleed after his family’s 111 calls were not acted on and a patient who had a feeding tube inserted into their lung rather than their stomach.
The blunders were released by the Government’s hospital watchdog, NHS Improvement, following a freedom of information request.
It found there were 175 “death incidents” in hospitals in England and Wales last year.
Defective medical equipment, delays in treatment, being discharged from hospital too soon, unsafe staffing levels, life-saving medication not being given and errors in medical notes were... read more

 
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