for babies A health watchdog has launched the outcomes of a nationwide review into the care of babies who require additional assistance, sparked by a Church Crookham couple who tragically lost their child. Anne and Graeme Dixon’s child Elizabeth was born at Frimley Park Healthcare facility in 2000 and was brain damaged after her high blood pressure was not treated for 15 days. She was left handicapped and required a tracheostomy, or tube, to breathe, but suffocated and passed away in the house days prior to her first birthday when it was not maintained during a house visit by an agency nurse who transpired to be newly-qualified. The Care Quality Commission (CQC) investigation discovered there is a considerable risk to numerous babies and children since of inconsistent practice and a lack of clear assistance on treatment. The watchdog said i.
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