Around six hundred lives are being lost every year across Wales because doctors and other medical professionals are not following basic procedures. That's the warning of a committee of AMs investigating hospital acquired blood clots or thromboses.
The total number of deaths is substantially higher than the number of people being killed by breast cancer, aids and MRSA together. AMs say seventy per cent of the fatalities could be avoided with the right approach. Our Health Correspondent Mariclare Carey-Jones has more
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