More Investigation Underway At the Neonatal Wards

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More Investigation Underway At the Neonatal Wards

At the Norwich and Norfolk hospitals, there was the tragic death of infants due to the apparent spreading of the pseudomonas virus. There are currently more tests being conducted so that there can be a thorough analysis of the matter, so that it can be found how deep the problem really is, and the effective solution for the same can be determined.

It is the water supply of the neonatal care unit at the hospital that is affected by this diseased condition. It is essential for effort to be made to purify the waters of the area, so that the place can be safeguarded from all sorts of harm and infection.

There was the death of three infants due to this infection and currently all children are being checked for traces of the same infection.

It has been found that no babies are currently infected by the pseudomonas, but there shall be need for a constant check to be kept, in order to help the situation in the future as well.

"The safety of the babies in our care and supporting their parents and families are our priorities."We would like to emphasize that none of our babies are showing any signs of Pseudomonal infection”, said Dr. David Booth, a consultant from Norwich.

There is need for a thorough analysis of the situation to be done before a final outcome can be found. It is so important to ensure the safety of the babies resent in the ward right now. Besides this, there is need for safeguarding the health and the safety of the children who are going to be born in this hospital in the time to come as well.


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