Sharon Birks, 42, from Wirksworth, had undergone a hysterectomy at the Royal Derby Hospital. After the surgery, Birks started having pain, which continued for three days.
She did not leave the hospital and remained there. It was after three days that she got to know that a surgical glove has been left inside her and that is the reason of her acute stomach pain.
A parliamentary investigation has been launched to figure out the risk of hospitals spreading the human form of mad cow disease. It has been suspected that hospitals might be spreading the disease because of failures into detecting the infective agent responsible for the variant form of Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease in tissue donations and on surgical instruments.
Countries across the globe have been working hard to give a stiff fight against AIDS. They have been able to taste success as well as the United Nations Joint Programme on HIV/Aids (UNAIDS) has unveiled decline in death rate and reduction in number of people getting affected by the disease.
A neurosurgeon in Birmingham, while preparing to appear in court over a previous charge of sexual assault, has been charged with a 10 additional sex offences.
Nafees Hamid, from Moseley in the city's south, is blamed for physically attacking women at the Priory Hospital, Edgbaston and also at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham across two years up to February 2013.
The charity Alzheimer's Research UK has welcomed the report on dementia by the government's State of the Nation.
The report consists of 65 pages and was published on Friday, November 29 by the Department for Health. The report marks the discrepancies in care standards and diagnosis rates for cognitive conditions all over the country.
A 82-year-old lady who endured a brain injury will today need to leave Milton Keynes Hospital in the wake of being expelled. Joan Parker fell in her home in Two Mile Ash in February, however the Hospital says it evaluated Mrs Parker as therapeutically ready to return home this year in summer.
19 more NHS hospitals are to have their connections with Jimmy Savile examined. Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt wrote in a written statement that he anticipated that reports will be conveyed by next June. The healing facilities will be researched by their applicable health trusts however every examination will be fittingly followed.
The NHS has been witnessing a number of problems altogether. Some of the many problems that the NHS has been witnessing are shortage of funds and lack of quality care provision to patients.
One of the issues that have been alive for a long time now is violent attacks on NHS staff. With passage of time, the number of attacks on the NHS staff has witnessed a rise.
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