A fitness instructor accused of murdering his 18-month-old adopted daughter was 'very calm' when she was being resuscitated, a court has heard.
Matthew Scully-Hicks denies murdering Elsie Scully-Hicks, who died on 29 May 2016, from a number of serious injuries.
Cardiff Crown Court heard that Scully-Hicks called 999 at 6.18pm on May 25, reporting that he had found the toddler unresponsive at home.
Paramedics and police arrived at the property at 6.26pm to find Elsie not breathing with no pulse.
Dr David Tuthill, a consultant paediatrician, attended to Elsie when she arrived at the University Hospital of Wales in Cardiff.
Dr Tuthill said he did not recall how long Scully-Hicks said he had been out of the room before returning to Elsie.
Craig Scully-Hicks arrived at the hospital around 30 to 45 minutes after Elsie was admitted and Dr Tuthill spoke to the parents.
Dr Tuthill said he had not recorded Scully-Hicks' demeanour in the medical notes.
Robert O'Sullivan QC, representing Scully-Hicks, told the doctor:
Dr Tuthill replied, 'That wasn't my observation'.
Dr Nia John, a community paediatrician, spoke to Elsie's fathers at the hospital following her admission.
The court heard Elsie was an average weight, with normal bone density and had a small circular bruise on her forehead when she was examined.
Craig Scully-Hicks described her as 'fabulous' to Dr John, and said she had been 'well' in the two weeks previously.
When asked whether Scully-Hicks appeared calm in hospital, Dr John said:
Matthew Scully-Hicks denies the charges against him and the trial continues.