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Struggling hospitals going through ‘enormous tragedy’

Picture copyright Getty Photos Sufferers are in danger in overcrowded hospitals because the NHS struggles to deal with the deluge of sufferers seen in latest weeks, a senior physician has stated. Prof Suzanne Mason, from the Royal Faculty of Emergency Drugs, described it as a “enormous tragedy”. Studies have emerged of sufferers going through lengthy waits for therapy and being caught on trolleys in corridors and of ambulances left queuing

‘Crohn’s illness’ affected person had Heinz sachet in intestine

Picture copyright British Medical Journal Picture caption The affected person mentioned she had no reminiscence of swallowing a sachet A girl who thought for years she had bowel illness was discovered to have items of a sauce sachet in her gut. Docs at Wexham Park Hospital, Slough, initially recognized the 41-year-old affected person with Crohn’s disease after bouts of acute belly ache. A British Medical Journal report mentioned that after

Struggling hospitals dealing with ‘big tragedy’

Picture copyright Getty Photos Sufferers are in danger in overcrowded hospitals because the NHS struggles to deal with the deluge of sufferers seen in current weeks, a senior physician has stated. Prof Suzanne Mason, from the Royal Faculty of Emergency Drugs, described it as a “big tragedy”. Reviews have emerged of sufferers dealing with lengthy waits for remedy and being caught on trolleys in corridors and of ambulances left queuing

Struggling hospitals going through ‘big tragedy’

Picture copyright Getty Pictures Sufferers are in danger in overcrowded hospitals because the NHS struggles to deal with the deluge of sufferers seen in current weeks, a senior physician has stated. Prof Suzanne Mason, from the Royal School of Emergency Drugs, described it as a “big tragedy”. Studies have emerged of sufferers going through lengthy waits for therapy and being caught on trolleys in corridors and of ambulances left queuing

Struggling hospitals dealing with ‘enormous tragedy’

Picture copyright Getty Photos Sufferers are in danger in overcrowded hospitals because the NHS struggles to deal with the deluge of sufferers seen in current weeks, a senior physician has mentioned. Prof Suzanne Mason, from the Royal Faculty of Emergency Drugs, described it as a “enormous tragedy”. Experiences have emerged of sufferers dealing with lengthy waits for remedy and being caught on trolleys in corridors and of ambulances left queuing

Struggling hospitals dealing with ‘big tragedy’

Picture copyright Getty Pictures Sufferers are in danger in overcrowded hospitals because the NHS struggles to deal with the deluge of sufferers seen in latest weeks, a senior physician has mentioned. Prof Suzanne Mason, from the Royal School of Emergency Drugs, described it as a “big tragedy”. Studies have emerged of sufferers dealing with lengthy waits for therapy and being caught on trolleys in corridors and of ambulances left queuing

Struggling hospitals dealing with ‘big tragedy’

Picture copyright Getty Photographs Sufferers are in danger in overcrowded hospitals because the NHS struggles to deal with the deluge of sufferers seen in current weeks, a senior physician has mentioned. Prof Suzanne Mason, from the Royal Faculty of Emergency Drugs, described it as a “big tragedy”. Stories have emerged of sufferers dealing with lengthy waits for remedy and being caught on trolleys in corridors and of ambulances left queuing

Struggling hospitals going through ‘enormous tragedy’

Picture copyright Getty Photographs Sufferers are in danger in overcrowded hospitals because the NHS struggles to deal with the deluge of sufferers seen in current weeks, a senior physician has stated. Prof Suzanne Mason, from the Royal Faculty of Emergency Medication, described it as a “enormous tragedy”. Reviews have emerged of sufferers going through lengthy waits for therapy and being caught on trolleys in corridors and of ambulances left queuing

Struggling hospitals going through ‘enormous tragedy’

Picture copyright Getty Pictures Sufferers are in danger in overcrowded hospitals because the NHS struggles to deal with the deluge of sufferers seen in latest weeks, a senior physician has mentioned. Prof Suzanne Mason, from the Royal Faculty of Emergency Drugs, described it as a “enormous tragedy”. Experiences have emerged of sufferers going through lengthy waits for remedy and being caught on trolleys in corridors and of ambulances left queuing

‘Crohn’s illness’ affected person had Heinz sachet in intestine

Picture copyright British Medical Journal Picture caption The affected person mentioned she had no reminiscence of swallowing a sachet A lady who thought for years she had bowel illness was discovered to have items of a sauce sachet in her gut. Docs at Wexham Park Hospital, Slough, initially identified the 41-year-old affected person with Crohn’s disease after bouts of acute stomach ache. A British Medical Journal report mentioned that after