Kidney patient: 'Nobody seemed terribly concerned'

A woman who developed severe dehydration after suffering a urine infection in hospital says doctors and nurses failed to spot clear signs she was unwell.

Maura Murray said that despite showing "classic symptoms" of dehydration, "nobody seemed terribly concerned" at her condition, which eventually led to life-threatening loss of kidney function.

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Warning as thousands die from 'avoidable' kidney problems

At least 1,000 hospital patients in England die each month from avoidable kidney problems, according to a new study commissioned by the NHS.