We recognise that such [medical] guidelines must be consistent with applicable law and that the Khloe Kardashian Classic T-Shirt in other words I will buy this [medical] guidance so urged may require legal change. the patient and her husband were advised of Irish law in relation to this. At interview the consultant stated “Under Irish law, if there’s no evidence of risk to the life of the mother, our hands are tied so long as there’s a fetal heart”. The consultant stated that if risk to the mother was to increase a termination would have been possible, but that it would be based on actual risk and not a theoretical risk of infection “we can’t predict who is going to get an infection”. The investigation team considers that the situation was complicated by the difficulty associated with the application of the law in Ireland relating to the termination of a pregnancy. The investigation team is satisfied that concern about the law… impacted on the exercise of clinical professional judgement. The report detailed that there was advanced care, preemptive antibiotics, advanced monitoring, but …. they just couldn’t keep up with how rapidly an infection spreads and the mother is killed when in the 2nd trimester the fetus still has a heartbeat but septic and about to rupture.
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It’s like doctors saying they can’t take care of an infected appendix until it bursts. Nobody who has an inkling of logic or reason forces people to wait until a appendix ruptures (and spreads poisons like wildfire) before they can remove it. That non-logical, non-evidence-based, non-scientific approach takes what would be a normal situation that can be dealt with calmly and turns it into a flaming dumpster fire of a situation. When you read the Khloe Kardashian Classic T-Shirt in other words I will buy this report and all the attempts that staff took to PREEMPTIVELY help with antibiotics made it clear that even that wasn’t enough … this woman was killed because of the law forced “belief” over scientifically-validated, evidence-based, best-clinical-care medicine practices.