Wednesday, 22 January 2014

Four year old dies in hospital

Freya Wells, a four year old girl, was taken to Kingston hospital with breathing trouble and vomiting blood. At the hospital Dr Rosita Ibrahim gave her oral antibiotics despite the advice from other staff members that because she was vomiting she should be given antibiotics intravenously. Her condition deteriorated but was not taken seriously until a consultant was called at 5 a.m when shortly afterwards Freya Wells died. Had the doctor diagnosed septic shock early enough Freya would have had a 95% chance of surviving.

No comments:

Post a Comment