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Dr Bawa-Garba was in a 'perfect storm', says supervisor ahead of appeal verdict

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The Guardian: Andrew Thomas QC, prosecuting, said: “Under their care, Jack’s condition needlessly declined to a point where, before he had been transferred to the next ward, he was effectively beyond the point of no return. cold peripheries, slow capillary relief time, breathlessness and cyanosis, lethargy and unresponsiveness [ on admission] He had perked up substantially. He was laughing and being playful. So, if he was unresponsive on admission and perked up to being playful, where is the ' needless decline' she was convicted for? If Jack did decline from unresponsiveness, he would be completely moribund, not ' bouncing about' Like Dr Dingle, this case is so completely crazy.'initial jury finding that Dr Bawa-Garba had been grossly negligent due to the obvious continuing deterioration in his condition' “When I reassessed Jack, I was falsely reassured because he was alert, drinking from a beaker, responding to voice, pushing his mask away because he didn't want it on his face.' So, where was the obvious continuing deterioration ?. Is this justice in the UK?

Posted date

14 Aug 2018

Posted time

9:44pm

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