The angry parents were all sons, 9 years old and later died. “The doctor sent his house with a twisted bowel.”
Victor Wyatt died of complications after having a twisted bowel two years ago.
His parents, Alain and Nicky, complained of a stomachache, vomited and brought the boy to the family doctor.
A nine-year-old child was taken to a children’s ward at Queen Alexandra Hospital in Portsmouth, but his parents say he was released a few hours after his arrival.
According to a hospital report, the doctor believed he had stomach problems. But later he realized that he had an unusual twisted gut.
The next day, about 12 hours later, Victor’s parents woke up to find he was suffering a cardiac arrest in his bedroom at Paul’s Grove.
He died five days after returning to the hospital.
Two years later, the family was forced to take legal action.
A report from the hospital on the death of Victor found that a bowel movement in children is a very rare diagnosis.
He continued that he could not prevent his death in September 2017.
Alain and Nicky’s telephone workers, however, did not make enough inquiries, even though they told the doctor they had bowel problems in their family history.
After the election of 999, the ambulance crew Victor returned to Queen Alexandra and then moved to the Southampton General Hospital.
So Alain said the doctor first asked the couple why they had not received any further tests and x-rays.
However, the next day, September 27, 2017, Victor died of severe brain damage during the operation.
The couple said that Victor had been hospitalized three times in 2015 and 2016 due to bowel problems.
They said there was no investigation into his son’s death, but the doctor said he had strengthened his cause of death.
A serious research report was produced by the hospital.