Baby Dies Due To Hospital Negligence

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Baby Dies Due To Hospital Negligence

It has been recently revealed in a report that another baby has succumbed to the hands of hospital staff negligence. A nurse from the Dalwallinu District Hospital has confessed tat she should've been more careful and asked the doctor about what further care and precaution needed to be taken for the frail baby which was born there. The baby, who was from Aboriginal origin succumbed to high temperature, due to the heat lamps she was placed under.

She died merely 14 hours after birth. The crest fallen family had wanted to name their little angel Sharinka, and the nurse has now agreed that she should've been more careful with the newborn.

It was further revealed that when the baby was born, she appeared to be quiet healthy, and this is why the nurse, Joanne Gibbons, didn't seem to worry about her much. It was only that she was born 5 weeks prematurely, in the year 2008, at a hospital which was apparently not very well equipped for the delivery of the child.

It was further revealed that the day was particularly busy and this is why there couldn't be a proper check kept on the health status of the child.

It was also revealed that the child died of perinatal pneumonia only 14 hours after she was born on the 20th of March 2008.

It was found that she was suffering from Pneumonia, and then she was rushed to the Northam Hospital where there were efforts made to save her life, but in vain. She died, becoming blue and floppy towards the end.

"There was no cause for concern ... the baby appeared full term," "It didn't appear that way at first", said the nurse further.


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