Family responds to NHS apology

The husband of a woman who died because her glucose levels weren't checked in hospital says he feels no malice.

A blood test could have saved the life of Margaret Pitt who died after a nurse failed to properly monitor her diabetes.

Fifty-five, suffered brain damage because her glucose levels weren't checked at the Alexandra Hospital in Redditch. The NHS Trust has apologised and paid compensation.

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Family gets apology from NHS

The trust which runs the Alexandra Hospital in Redditch has apologised to the family of a diabetic who died after staff failed to carry out a blood glucose check. Margaret Pitt was treated at the hospital in 2010.