Recent reports subjected that a boy, who was given birth with a half heart, was admitted in Bristol Children's Hospital to undergo a surgery. However, he survived for no more than a week after the surgery, dying after suffering a cardiac arrest.
Luke Jenkins, the seven-year-old died in April in the hospital after the corrective surgery, despite being expected that he would completely recover. The boy before the operation was surviving on a single ventricle heart, which is a class of congenital heart disease. Due to the condition, the boy's heart comprised of only two chambers, instead of the normal four.
The report said, "On April 6, when the patient deteriorated, it was a bank holiday; although it is recognized that the resuscitation team arrived quickly. The cardiac surgeon had responded from home and had the chest open".
The other part of the report highlights the condition of the grieving parents of the young child, emphasizing that their child could have been saved, if he would have been provided with proper care.
Stephen Jenkins, 30, and Faye Valentine, 27, of St Mellons, Cardiff, asserted that the care provided to Luke during the day before his death and on the day of his death, were accountable reasons for his death. Luke's parents are astonished to come across the findings of the report.
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