The mother of four-month-old baby who was found with a dummy taped to its face at Stafford Hospital has spoken to ITV News about the incident.
Sarah Fellows said she had been "absolutely devastated" when she was informed by a senior nurse about the incident three days after it happened.
Last Friday, Mid Staffordshire NHS Foundation Trust apologised for the "exceptional" incident and said a member of staff from Stafford Hospital has been suspended, and that the police are investigating.
The Trust is currently at the centre of a public inquiry into serious failings of care between January 2005 and March 2009.
- Between 400 and 1,200 more people died than would have been expected between 2005 and 2008.
- An independent inquiry into events at the trust in February 2010 found it had "routinely neglected patients".
- The Trust has paid out more than £1 million in compensation to 120 victims of abuse, or their families.
An £11 million review of what went wrong at Stafford Hospital will be published on February 6.