A report revealed recently claims that an immediate shift of a 17-week-old baby to a children's heart centre after his birth has saved his life, lacking which the consequences could have been fatal.
The grandmother of the small child is extremely happy to see almost his rebirth with the help of medics from Leicester's Glenfield Hospital. Though, she has been showing outrage to the government, imagining what could have happened in the absence of the hospice.
It has been found that the government has been planning to move the heart centre in Glenfield to Birmingham. Not only the surgery unit, but the specialist extra corporeal membrane oxygenation is also being proposed to be transferred.
The reason is the review by the NHS that had suspected the services by the hospital along with two other centres for heart treatment in England. While the other two have already been banned from practicing, the third is still to go.
Kai Rogers’ grandmother, 50, from Oakwood, is highly concerned regarding the same and thus, has decided to jot down her rage to the Health Secretary as well. Though, Kai is all well by now. “When it came to Kai getting his treatment, it was a case of every minute counting and there's no doubt, without Glenfield nearby, he would not have survived”, she said.
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