No doctor came with ambulanstransporten to Solnasjukhuset. During the more than ten mile declined five-year-old state significantly, according to IVO, who now directs criticism towards the hospital.
”IVO believes that diagnostics, assessments and actions in connection with the akutbesöket at Nyköping hospital is passive,” writes the authority of the decision which the news agency Siren requested. You believe canlı bahis there were ”deficiencies in the care of the patient as the requirements of an expert and diligent care in accordance with patientlagen not been met”.
abdominal pain in a day when he came as an emergency to the lasarettets children's clinic in late december for two years ago. Soon decided on a specialist to femåringen needed surgical care, but where was the child without supervision in about 2.5 hours.
At that point, the boy was lethargic, pale and worn, had high pulse and continued pain in the abdomen. An ultrasound showed that the problem was a bowel obstruction caused by a so-called invagination – the diagnosis was made only after more than six hours – and an attempt to fix the folded tarmdelen just succeeded to an extent.
Therefore decided lasarettets bakjour that the child needed inpatient care and was referred to the specialist hospital, Astrid Lindgren children's hospital.
blåljusblinkande ambulance. No doctor was in the ambulance, which led to the child's condition upon arrival was ”a severely impaired and of advanced intensive care was required in connection with emergency surgery. After a long aftercare recover he” writes IVO.
the Agency's criticism is accompanied by the requirement to Nyköping hospital clarifies its mission and to ensure that they have the necessary resources and skills to fulfil it.
In the present case, writes IVO, is the surveillance of the boy ”is sparsely documented, and some documented transportordinationer does not exist”.
humbly, his IVO-notification that the case must be highlighted so as to ensure ”that it doesn't happen to someone else”. After a detailed description of how her son was tormented by the pains that tarmproblemet caused, and that the danger to his life was afterwards, during the long trip and no doctor was at his side, she writes:
”the Question we ask ourselves is if this could have been avoided, all the suffering that was caused to my son. Long waiting time in Nyköping and a misdiagnosis may have affected it went so bad for him and also what could have happened if he had not survived.”