Teen who died after large baby born 'should've been induced earlier'

십대, 17, who lost almost four litres of blood and died from a cardiac arrest and brain damage when her son was born much larger than expected at 9lbs 9oz should have been induced weeks earlier, 조사는 듣는다

  • Teegan Barnard, 17, suffered a cardiac arrest after delivering her baby boy Parker
  • She died at her Hampshire home a month later after losing some 4 litres of blood
  • Inquest told she could’ve been offered induced labour 3 weeks before the birth
  • A teenage mother who died after giving birth to a much larger than expected baby should have been offered to be induced weeks before, 오늘 들었던 조사.

    Slight-framed Teegan Barnard lost almost four litres of blood when she gave birth to her nine pounds and nine ounce baby via caesarean section after experiencing an obstruction during labour.

    Just two hours after giving birth to son Parker, 그만큼 17 year old’s condition dramatically worsened and ‘her lips turnedblue as she suffered breathing issues.

    The first-time mother had suffered a devastating cardiac arrest and brain damage.

    Teegan suffered the cardiac arrest on September 9, 2019, at St Richard’s Hospital in Chichester, West Sussex, and died at home in Havant, Hants, 10 월 7, after being discharged to spend her final days there.

    Today an inquest heard under NHS guidelines Teegan could have been offered induced labour at 38 주, three weeks before she eventually gave birth, but was not.

    십대 – who was pictured cradling her newborn in hospital in what are her tragic last photoswas looking forward to becoming a parent and would have been a ‘fantastic mother’, her family said.

    사진: Teegan Barnard and her baby Parker shortly after she gave birth. Within two hours of giving birth to son Parker, 그만큼 17 year old's condition dramatically worsened and 'her lips turned' blue as she suffered breathing issues

    사진: Teegan Barnard and her baby Parker shortly after she gave birth. Within two hours of giving birth to son Parker, 그만큼 17 year old’s condition dramatically worsened and ‘her lips turnedblue as she suffered breathing issues

    Slight-framed Teegan Barnard (pictured with her mother Abbie Hallawell) lost almost four litres of blood when she gave birth to her nine pounds and nine ounce baby via caesarean section after experiencing an obstruction during labour

    Slight-framed Teegan Barnard (pictured with her mother Abbie Hallawell) lost almost four litres of blood when she gave birth to her nine pounds and nine ounce baby via caesarean section after experiencing an obstruction during labour

    Teegan's tragic last picture: Investigators from the Healthcare Safety Investigation Branch (HSIB) said it would have been 'best practice' and 'appropriate' for health workers to offer Teegan an induced labour, where a mother is given drugs to help kickstart a birth

    Teegan’s tragic last picture: Investigators from the Healthcare Safety Investigation Branch (HSIB) said it would have been ‘best practiceand ‘appropriatefor health workers to offer Teegan an induced labour, where a mother is given drugs to help kickstart a birth

    Investigators from the Healthcare Safety Investigation Branch (HSIB) said it would have been ‘best practiceand ‘appropriatefor health workers to offer Teegan an induced labour, where a mother is given drugs to help kickstart a birth.

    대신, Teegan’s baby son grew in size and ‘in retrospect it would have contributed to the risk of Postpartum (after birth) haemorrhaging’, 두 번째 희생자는 커리에게 반격하여 여러 부상을 입혔습니다..

    Just two hours after delivering her healthy babywho weighed more than four kilosTeegan suffered unsurvivable brain damage.

    Teegan was 'really looking forward to becoming a parent', 그녀의 어머니가 말했다

    Teegan was ‘really looking forward to becoming a parent’, 그녀의 어머니가 말했다

    오늘, as her four-day inquest opened at West Sussex Coroner’s Court in Chichester, her family described her as a ‘girly-girlwho loved spending time with friends and horse riding.

    ‘Teegan had a big personality and was full of life’, her mother Abbie Hallawell said. ‘She loved her family and had close relationships with her grandparents.

    ‘She was girly-girl who enjoyed socialising with her friends and horse riding. Growing up she was a normal healthy girl who didn’t suffer any major illnesses.

    그녀는 덧붙였다: ‘She was booked in to have her labour induced on September 9 but on the 7th began to have contractions so went to St Richard’s, she was checked over but midwives said she wasn’t dilated enough so sent her home.

    Ms Hallawell said the following day her contractions ‘escalatedand she re-visited hospital. She was 4cm dilated but didn’t appear to be dilating sufficiently.

    Her contractions became ‘very strong and she was in a lot of pain’.

    Around 1am on September 9, Teegan showed signs of infection and was given an emergency caesarian. At 3.04am Parker was born 9lbs 9oz.

    하나, Ms Hallawell told how doctors told her Teegan ‘suffered a bleed and cardiac arrest’. Subsequent scans showed she suffered brain damage.

    Ms Abbie Hallawell and Teegan’s father Trevor Barnard have instructed expert medical negligence lawyers as they demand answers at the inquest.

    Teegan was given ‘lots of supportby midwives throughout her pregnancy. Midwife Sally Walters, who cared for her from eight weeks, 말했다: ‘When I was looking after her I was not expecting a big baby.

    At St Richard’s Hospital, ...에서 41 임신 주, Teegan lost 3.8 litres of blood during childbirth in what is known as Postpartum haemorrhaging (PPH) in medical terms.

    According to NHS Inform, blood loss is normal during childbirth however it is considered ‘heavyif more than 500ml is lost within the first 24 시간.

    Teegan suffered obstructed labourwhen a baby cannot exit the pelvisand was given a C-section as well as being given two units of blood.

    Teegan suffered obstructed labour - when a baby cannot exit the pelvis - and was given a C-section as well as being given two units of blood

    Teegan suffered obstructed labour - when a baby cannot exit the pelvis - and was given a C-section as well as being given two units of blood

    Teegan suffered obstructed labourwhen a baby cannot exit the pelvisand was given a C-section as well as being given two units of blood

    Matt Mansbridge, lead investigator for HSIB, 말했다: ‘Teegan was bleeding, there was a major haemorrhage which was treated. She remained under general anesthetic.

    ‘The haemorrhage was managed in line with guidance, there was a calm atmosphere in the medical room.

    후, while doctors moved her to a bed, they recognised her condition had deteriorated.

    Mr Mansbridge said: ‘A bed was requested and she was transferred to thatWhile rolling her, on the second roll, it was recognised there was an issue with ventilation.

    ‘Her lips turned blue and the alarm sounded on the ventilation machine.

    에서 38 weeks Teegan visited St Richard’s and could have been given the chance to be induced by hospital staff but wasn’t.

    Debbie Laing, maternity investigations team leader at HSIB, said the baby ‘would have been smaller’.

    ‘That’s the only thing that may have had a causal affect on the outcome’, 그녀가 말했다.

    ‘The significance of [not being offered induction at 38 주] is that the baby had an opportunity to grow and increase the risk of Postpartum haemorrhaging.

    ‘We are able to say it would have been best practice to offer the induction earlier. It would have been down to Teegan and her family to make a decision as to whether it would have been done.

    She added it would have been ‘appropriateto have made a decision to offer induction at 38 주.

    Ms Laing said: ‘What we know with retrospect is that the baby grew and that would have contributed to the risk of PPH. What we [wouldn’t] know at that time is that it was going to happen.

    Ms Laing said it was ‘unpredictablethat Teegan would suffer PPH when she was seen by midwives at 38 주.

    She also said the baby’s wellbeing is the primary consideration when deciding whether or not to offer induced labour, rather than the mother’s.

    Lawyer Adam Walker, representing Teegan’s family, suggested that, ...에서 38 주, it would have been ‘forseeablethat the baby would have been greater than 4kg.

    HSIB said it made a safety recommendation to ensure induction of labour is offered appropriately.

    The inquest also heard Teegan may have had an underlying infection which contributed to a raised temperature and may have suffered anaphylaxis during childbirth.

    Teegan vomited at 11pm on September 8, 2019, shortly before her labour in the early hours of September 9, and her pulse raised to 119 beats per minute.

    In a tribute, Teegan’s mother Ms Hallawell said: ‘Teegan and the rest of the family were delighted when she fell pregnant. She was really looking forward to becoming a parent and she would have been an absolutely fantastic mum.

    ‘It still doesn’t seem real that what should have been the best day in Teegan’s life ended tragically and left all of our family changed forever.

    ‘It’s been more than two years since Teegan died but time has stood still for all our family.

    ‘Teegan would have been so proud of Parker and how he’s such a happy baby who’s developing every day. While he’ll grow up without his mum in his life he will always be told how much Teegan loved him and how she’ll always be a part of our family.

    Teegan’s parents are bringing up Parkerwho is now twoalongside his dad, Leon Forster.

    The inquest continues.