the Investigation comes to the care given at the Gosport War Memorial Hospital in Hampshire in the south of England between the years 1987 and 2001. An internal investigation showed that a total of 456 patients died prematurely due to high doses of painkillers.
the fourth in the order. In the past have not been brought to justice, but the hope of families is that this can now be changed, according to the Guardian.
– It is a very complex and emotive cases, such as certain family members have lived with for over 30 years. I hope that the news that we must now implement a full investigation will be some sort of consolation for them, say police Nick Downing to the newspaper.
they had to hit the painkillers despite the fact that they had not been hurt, and the doses were not adapted to each individual patient's needs. In addition to the hundreds of deaths that were presented in the study are a further 200 patients who may have been affected, although it could not be determined.
the internal investigation also indicated that nurses tried to sound the alarm as early as 1991, but warned to make it. In addition, identified a medical doctor who is responsible for the medicineringarna.