Scans still not offered years after mum died
SCANS that could have saved the life of a tragic mother are still not being offered at the north-east’s flagship maternity hospital – six years after she died.
NHS Grampian has made a raft of changes to the way it cares for expectant and new mothers at Aberdeen Maternity Hospital following the death of Lesley Cowie.
The health board insisted last night it would not be altering the scan procedure, but politicians and a patients’ group called for NHS Grampian to act before another life was lost.
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