A woman died after a heart valve was put in upside down during surgery.
Sheila Hynes suffered massive internal bleeding during what should have been a routine operation at the Freeman Hospital in Newcastle upon Tyne.
“When I rang the hospital at 5pm they said she was still in surgery and to ring back.
”I rang back about 6pm and straight away I knew something was not right. They said there had been complications and to come in.“ An anaesthetist who had been in theatre told the family there had been a lot of bleeding.
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”We asked what on earth that was all about, they'd never mentioned it before. “Then a doctor mentioned to my son about a valve being put in the wrong way.She was the heart of our family.“ An inquest into the death, which occurred in April 2015, has been scheduled for later this year.The last time Ms Hopper – who has two siblings, Julie Jenkins, 52, and John Erskine, 48 – spoke to her mother was the morning of 26 March, the day of the operation.The house and grounds offer some exciting and original options.The ceremony itself can be held in the magnificent Regencyread more This nineteenth century country town hotel is perfectly located on the edge of the Northumberland National Park in the scenic and tranquil village of Rothbury.