11-Year-Old’s Death After Constipation Diagnosis Raises Questions at Inquest

11-Year-Old's Death After Constipation Diagnosis Raises Questions at Inquest
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Heart­break­ing Loss: Inquest Begins for 11-Year-Old Dis­charged with Con­sti­pa­tion Diagnosis

A griev­ing fam­i­ly seeks answers in the heart­break­ing case of 11-year-old Annabel Green­hal­gh. Annabel trag­i­cal­ly passed away just hours after being dis­charged from War­wick Hos­pi­tal’s A&E depart­ment with a diag­no­sis of constipation.

Con­cerns Raised About Missed Diagnosis

Annabel’s par­ents, Craig and Josie Green­hal­gh, took her to the hos­pi­tal on Octo­ber 13, 2022, due to abdom­i­nal pain. The dis­charge with a con­sti­pa­tion diag­no­sis has raised ques­tions about whether a more thor­ough eval­u­a­tion could have pre­vent­ed this dev­as­tat­ing loss.

Fam­i­ly Remem­bers Annabel’s Light

Josie described Annabel as “an incred­i­ble child, loved by all who met her.” The fam­i­ly is under­stand­ably heart­bro­ken and deter­mined to under­stand the cir­cum­stances sur­round­ing their daugh­ter’s death.

Inquest Aims to Shed Light

An inquest begin­ning on Fri­day at the Coven­try Coro­ner’s Court will exam­ine Annabel’s treat­ment and care. The Green­hal­gh fam­i­ly hopes the inquest will pro­vide clo­sure and ensure such tragedies don’t occur again.

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