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Intubation: Catch a breath



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Gareth Howell
Gareth Howell
Sep 22, 2023

Religion and principles of life are particularly difficult to grasp, " relational science quite apart.

Had Ms Letby been LESS professional about her tasks, she might well have gone to Africa and done some missionary work. These incubator devices were delivered to African hospitals, which needed them most,

and they were left to gather dust and decay. I don't suppose there is much encouragement in the NHS to go do such things. Even if an African trained nurse had left the device completely unused a dozen or thirty times, I dont suppose she would have been charged with murder in the first degree, even for one of them. So if it is murder in one part of the world, and…

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Gareth Howell
Gareth Howell
Sep 19, 2023

One thing I am certain of, and that is Nurse Letby is doing her best to care for her fellow inmates!

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After Miss Letby's 3rd arrest she was charged and placed on remand until the completion of her trial. During this time, Miss Letby would be confined to solitary confinement. Due to the nature of her charges, Miss Letby, as a suspected baby murderer, would be regarded by other inmates as the lowest of the low, a level akin to being a peadophile in a male prison. Her only contacts would be prison staff, her defense team, a prison psychologist, a prison pastor, and visitation granted to family and possibly a small number of friends.


Upon being found guilty, it is highly likely that Miss Letby's staus would have been raised to high priority suicide watch. Being found guilty, Miss Letby…


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I had not followed this case and do not know Lucy Letby , her family or friends. I was , however, shocked to learn of the sentence she was given psrticularly in view of the nature of the evidence ( substantially but not wholly circumstantial according to the Judge). At the time I wondered whether there were training issues but as I read more I became aware of unanswered questions.. In this connection there have been some excellent contributions from the experts involved with "Science On Trial".

The grieving parents of children whe were harmed - or worse- at COCH NICU must, to a certain extent come to terms with the events only to have their grief refreshed when…

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Gareth Howell
Gareth Howell
Sep 19, 2023
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The older the hospital, the more bugs there are in it. That hospital is 180 years old and started as an asylum. Her own germs at home are always better, but they arrive and leave hospital within hours these days. In these here cases they may not.

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Earlier today discovered that a question ( I cannot find it now) had been raised on this site regarding raised insulin levels combined with the comment that patient notes indicated that this aspect had not been checked for a period of time. I am not a doctor but this seems to be a serious omission allowing a potential problem to persist and possibly worsen.

I had not watched the Panorama programme previously and I noted that it was clear that some pretty unpleasant comments had been made about and to Lucy L., and the letter of apology from the Consultants refers briefly to this. My view -that she went home and her diary/ post it notes are her reflect…


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I heard that as well and it's describes the process simply on the American Diabetes Association website. However, was the insulin in the baby, and bags, natural or artificial? I've heard it was artificial. I'd need to retire from work to go through this entire case to find all the information I need!

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Maggins
Maggins
Sep 17, 2023

Great videos indeed. Thank you Sarrita.

People can't fail to understand things in a video 'nut shell'!

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