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Richard Grimshaw, a specialist clinical negligence and inquest law barrister with No5 Barristers’ Chambers represented the family of Callum Cartlidge in the week-long inquest into his death that concluded on Friday 4th May at Worcestershire Coroner’s Court.
Callum Cartlidge, of Redditch, died on 3rd March 2017 after suffering a cardiac arrest as a result of an Addisonian Crisis. Hours earlier the eight-year-old had been sent home from Worcestershire Royal Hospital following a referral from his GP after he presented with vomiting and hypoglycaemia.
At the end of the inquest, the Coroner gave a narrative conclusion stating that there were failings in the care provided to Callum and that he would have survived if a blood test had been undertaken at the Worcestershire Royal Hospital the day before his death.
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