Coroner Nicola Mundy has recorded a narrative verdict of one year-old Lewis Mundy's death. At Rotherham Magistrates Court today, she said there were there "missed opportunities" at both the NHS Walk-in centres and Rotherham General Hospital, which could have saved his life.
Lewis had chicken pox but he had developed a secondary bacterial infection, which was missed by health professionals - despite repeated warnings from his mother. Antibiotics could have saved his life.
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