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About: Whipps Cross University Hospital

Long story short My friend fall down from ladder went to a&e in whippcross they done X-ray and told my friend we need to do operation he agreed went for an operation and didn't wake up after that we been told by the doctor his oxygen level was very low in the theatre so we keep him on ventilation so they was keeping him sleep after few days we ask doctor who said his got chest infection then after seven days they decide to transfer him to Papworth hospital in Cambridge his treatment start he start getting better after 2 and half week they decide to send him back because to complete rest of his treatment after 8 hr icu staff call us and told us come to hospital asap when we went there doctor said he is not stable we trying to keep him alive and then he passed away

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Response from Whipps Cross University Hospital

Our sincere condolences. We are sorry to hear that you have lost a friend. Any concerns in relation to your friends care can be raised by his next of kin to the Patient Advice and Liaison Service in the first instance. The team can be contacted on 020 3594 2040 or email: pals@bartshealth.nhs.uk. The team will be able to provide appropriate advice. Kind regards Barts Health NHS Trust

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