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BELL (A PROTECTED PARTY SUING BY HER STEPFATHER AND LITIGATION FRIEND URSELL) v BEDFORD HOSPITAL NHS TRUST

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BELL (A PROTECTED PARTY SUING BY HER STEPFATHER AND LITIGATION FRIEND URSELL) v BEDFORD HOSPITAL NHS TRUST

[2020] Med LR 44

QUEEN'S BENCH DIVISION

Before Her Honour Judge Taylor

Clinical negligence – Failure to diagnose transient ischaemic attacks and the possibility of stroke – Whether defendant in breach of duty – Whether subsequent major stroke was caused by atherosclerosis amenable to medication – Whether claimant would have been compliant with such treatment – Whether such treatment would have prevented the major stroke from occurring.

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