Hospital Fails To Diagnose Illness Resulting In Death Of Patient

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Widow speaks out as coroner confirms hospital staff 3 times failed to diagnose illness that led to Sandy grandfather’s death.

Hospital staff three times failed to diagnose the illness that led to a Sandy grandfather’s death in 2014

Terry Wadsworth from Sandy, died aged 55 in November 2014 following failures at Bedford Hospital.

Hospital staff three times failed to diagnose the illness that led to a Sandy grandfather’s death in 2014, a coroner has ruled – and his widow says he may have well have just stayed at home.

Terry Wadsworth had two CT scans and an MRI scan at Bedford Hospital that all revealed chronic mesenteric ischemia (CMI), a rare condition affecting blood supply to the stomach, liver, colon and lower intestine.

This article was published on The Comet – read the full article here.


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