Hundreds more baby deaths revealed in Victorian hospitals

SMH, 28 June 2016
Author: Julia Medew
“Inadequate medical care, hospital delays and poor resuscitation procedures are contributing to hundreds of infant deaths in Victorian hospitals, disturbing new data shows. A state government report that dwarfs the recent baby death scandal at Bacchus Marsh Hospital reveals 281 deaths between 2008 and 2013 involved “contributing factors” including inadequate clinical monitoring, misinterpretation of tests and delayed caesarean procedures.”
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