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September 29, 2014

ODUDIMU:BAN FOR NURSE WHO RESPONDED TOO SLOWLY TO DYING PATIENT

CARSHALTON, SURREY A bungling nurse has been suspended for three months for dithering when she found an unresponsive patient who had warned: 'I am going to die.' Adetutu Odudimu failed to start resuscitation or call for the emergency crash team when she found Astrid Samaramayake near to death. She went to a fellow nurse, Moora Mamabolo, and they searched for a 'Do Not Resuscitate' note they weren't certain existed at St Helier Hospital, Carshalton, Surrey. Odudimu then failed to alert the crash team, despite prompting from a doctor, because she didn't think it was her responsibility, the ursing and Midwifery Council was told.
  September 29, 2014

ORTON:NURSE BREATHED ON BABY AND SAID IT WAS 'BETTER OFF DEAD'

COVENTRY, WARWICKSHIRE A nurse with a throat infection said a sick baby was 'better off dead' and breathed onto its face, a tribunal heard today (mon). Claire Orton allegedly giggled after exhaling onto the 'extremely poorly' infant's face at University Hospital, Coventry, Warwickshire, the Nursing and Midwifery Council heard. Orton was being investigated by Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust at the time of the alleged incident for leaving a student nurse in charge of a baby suffering from brachycardia. She is accused of not responding promptly to calls for help from the student, Jade Matthews.
 
September 26, 2014

SILLAH: NURSE AVOIDS PUNISHMENT FOR HAIR BRAIDS ATTACK

FINSBURY PARK A nurse who said of a colleague: 'I can kill her, it's only two years for manslaughter,' after pulling out her hair extensions has been allowed to continue in the profession. Moments earlier staff found braids on a medical room floor which David Sillah had torn from his colleague's head during the row. The Nursing and Midwifery Council heard it was the second clash between the pair at Osborne Grove Nursing Home, Finsbury Park, London. Care assistants raised the alarm when they heard loud voices emerging from the medical room on 6 July 2012.
  September 25, 2014

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BAILEY:CAUTION FOR MARRIED PATIENT WHO CALLED PATIENT YUMMY

BRACKNELL, BERKS A married nurse who called a patient 'yummy' and 'very sexy' in a barrage of texts was let off with a caution. Sarah Bailey sent hundreds of messages to the diabetic patient calling him 'gorgeous' after treating him at the Waterfield Practice, Bracknell, Berks. They jokingly referred to the man's testosterone treatment as 'hard-on injections' during the frantic text exchange over Christmas 2012. But Bailey got cold feet when she realised she might lose her job, the Nursing and Midwifery Council was told.
 
September 25, 2014

FITZPATRICK:NURSE BANNED FOR DISABILITY BENEFIT CON

TAUNTON, SOMERSET A nurse who falsely pocketed nearly £18,000 in disability benefits has been suspended for just 12 months. Rebecca Fitzpatrick claimed £17,660 from the Department of Work and Pensions between January 2010 and October 2012. Fitzpatrick was charged for fruad for which she was found guilty at Taunton Crown Court on 27 August 2013. She was handed a four-week prison sentence, suspended for two years, the Nursing and Midwifery Council heard.
  September 24, 2014

MATONGO:NURSE FAILED TO SPOT RESIDENT'S HIP INJURY

LEEDS A nurse failed to notice a resident had suffered a severe hip injury following a fall which required extensive hospital treatment, a tribunal heard. Maria Matongo allegedly failed to check for head or spinal injuries and even used a hoist to help the stricken woman onto the toilet. The nurse did not call for an ambulance after the incident at Sabourn Court Nursing Home, Leeds, despite it being 'clear' the patient required urgent attention, it is said. The resident later spent two weeks in hospital to recover from a fractured hip, the Nursing and Midwifery Council was told.
 
September 24, 2014

FRANCIS: MIDWIFE'S CATALOGUE OF BLUNDERS

WARWICK An incompetent midwife provided poor care to two babies in a week just months after she had been made the subject of a 'supervised work programme' for earlier blunders. Kay Francis is accused of a host of failings including failing to spot the deterioration of little Daniel Kunigiskis at Warwick Hospital, Warwickshire, on 9 October 2012. Francis allegedly failed to manage the unborn child's bradycardia caused by his heart rate dropping, the Nursing and Midwifery Council heard. Daniel died four days later after suffering a lack of oxygen at birth, resulting in a severe brain injury.
  September 24, 2014

ODUDIMU:NURSE RESPONDED TOO SLOWLY TO DYING PATIENT

CARSHALTON, SURREY A bungling nurse admitted responding too slowly when she found an unresponsive patient who had told staff: 'I'm going to die', a tribunal heard. Adetutu Odudimu failed to start resuscitation or call for the emergency crash team when she found Astrid Samaramayake near to death. Instead she dithered with a fellow nurse, Moora Mamabolo, as they searched tried to find whether a 'Do Not Resuscitate' form had been signed at St Helier Hospital, Carshalton, Surrey. A doctor had to repeatedly tell Odudimu and Mamabolo that the buzzer they were pressing was not for the emergency crash team, the Nursing and Midwifery Council was told.
 
September 24, 2014

SAJI BHASKARAN: LET-OFF FOR NURSE WHO SLAPPED MENTALLY ILL PATIENT

MANCHESTER A nurse who turned up an hour late for work and slapped an elderly Alzheimer's sufferer has escaped punishment. Saji Bhaskaran was spotted in a bathroom striking a resident on the hand at Marion Lauder House, Manchester. Bhaskaran used force equivalent to '8 out of 10' and left the resident standing speechless After being confronted by a colleague Bhaskaran protested 'look at what he has done to my little finger,' the Nursing and Midwifery Council heard.
  September 23, 2014

ADEBUKONLA: OVERSTAYING AFRICAN NURSE STRUCK OFF

LONDON An African nurse who overstayed in the UK by almost two decades has been struck off. Adebisi Adebukonla came to the UK in 1995 on a six-month visa but ended up meeting a partner and settling down for the next 18 years. Adebukonla started a family with her partner and remained in the country because her passport contained a counterfeit 'Indefinite Leave to Remain' stamp. She worked as a mental health nurse with East London NHS Foundation Trust from 2008 until the stamp was discovered in 2013, the Nursing and Midwifery Council was told.
 
September 23, 2014

OAKES:BAN FOR NURSE WHO HUGGED CROSS-DRESSING FARMER

ISLE OF MAN A nurse who hugged a cross-dressing farmer moments after they discussed intimate sexual fantasies has been suspended for six months. Michael Oakes admitted offering the embrace because of the 'depth and gravity' of the patient's disclosure. The man confessed to sexual fantasies involving Oakes prompting the nurse to transfer him to another practitioner at the Isle of Man Department of Care. But three years later Oakes allowed the man to stay and drink alcohol at his home.
  September 23, 2014

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BAILEY: NURSE'S SEX MESSAGES

BRACKNELL, BERKS A married nurse called a patient 'yummy' and 'very sexy' in a barrage of texts but warned they would have to be discreet as she could get struck off. Sarah Bailey sent hundreds of messages to the diabetic patient calling him 'gorgeous' after treating him at the Waterfield Practice, Bracknell, Berks. They jokingly referred to the man's testosterone treatment as 'hard-on injections' during the frantic text exchange over Christmas 2012. But Bailey got cold feet when she realised she might lose her job, the Nursing and Midwifery Council was told.

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