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When he was asked if he would have permitted the monitors to be taken off, he replied: 'No, the central stand of intensive care is monitoring.'You can settle down a child, you can always get it done.
Still, her message clearly implies some sort of relationship — if even a friendship — and that, at least, Klay has a pretty comfortable bed. Of course, many will presume Thompson slept next to Ratchford.
After all, he is a two-time NBA champion who calls Steph Curry his “Brother” and is a generally fun-loving guy.
A seven-year-old boy died at the UK's biggest private children's hospital after equipment monitoring him was turned off for almost three hours.
Instead the maximum they could take was one hour and 15 minutes.
Mrs Dwerryhouse challenged Ms Stewart over the fact she hadn't been allowed to stay with James when she had stayed on every other overnight hospital visit.
James, a pupil at Thomas Wolsey School and a member of the Ipswich Rainbow Cubs, also had a number of other conditions including mild hearing loss, poor eyesight, epilepsy and sleep apnoea.
His father John said after coming round from surgery on the morning of August 25, his son had been energetic and was sitting in his bed playing with his Play Mobil figures.He told the court James had been bright and happy before falling asleep and had wanted to shake his hand, and also asked him to shake his parents' hands.Dr Dimitriades was the first doctor to arrive at James' bedside when he went into cardiac arrest and noticed there was no data from any monitors for the previous three hours.'His parents asked me if he had his monitors and I said I didn't know,' he said.Around 4.20am father-of-five Mr Dwerryhouse received a call telling him James wasn't well and he and James' mother needed to attend the hospital immediately.When they arrived, their little boy's eyes were half closed, he was covered in a rash and his dilated pupils indicated he was brain dead.A police investigation was launched when James' doctors at home in Ipswich raised their concerns with the Metropolitan Police.