Obstetrics / Birth injury to the fetus
Interuterine fetal death before labour
In 2006 Rosie suffered an inter-uterine fetal death at term +13 days, subsequently delivered vaginally. She alleged that if labour had been induced earlier, her baby would have survived. PMS Expert Report concluded that most reasonable Obstetricians would have induced labour at +4 days. Furthermore, the finding of severely reduced liquor volume in an earlier scan suggested strong reasons for immediate induction. Had this happened, the baby would almost certainly have survived. The case settled and Rosie was compensated.
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