Hong Kong nurse’s screening oversight could have started chain of events leading to patient’s death, coroner says

A nurse’s incomplete screening of a patient admitted to a Hong Kong hospital might have triggered a chain of events extending to a medical blunder and ending with the death of the elderly man five years ago, a coroner has suggested.An inquest began on Tuesday into the cause and circumstances of the death of retired taxi driver Kay Chee, 83, who was admitted to Queen Mary Hospital initially for a medical check-up but died 10 days later after suffering two cardiac arrests in three days, despite…

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