The parents of a baby girl who died after heart surgery have criticised the hospital for not being upfront enough about the dangers their daughter faced.
Five month old Abigail Treloar was born with a complicated heart condition. Today an inquest heard she died from natural causes, and the coroner recorded a narrative verdict.
Bristol Children's hospital says it would like to "repeat its condolences to Abigail Treloar's family."
Our Health Correspondent Katie Rowlett reports.
University Hospitals Bristol NHS Foundation Trust have issued a statement after today's inquest into the death of five-month-old Abigail Treloar.
We would like to repeat our condolences to Abigail Treloar's family.
The coroner found that Abigail was born with severe congenital heart disease and sadly died following a necessary and appropriate procedure.
It has been a very difficult time for her family and our thoughts are with them.
The inquest into the death of five-month-old Abigail Treloar has found that she died from natural causes.
Abigail passed away last June after an operation on her heart. The coroner recorded a narrative conclusion. It's the tenth inquest into child cardiac deaths at Bristol Children's Hospital.
Details of the post mortem examination after the death of 5-month-old Abigail Treloar at Bristol Children's Hospital showed there was damage to the little girl's heart muscle.
Dr Michael Ashworth, a pathologist at Great Ormond Street Hospital, found in the post mortem on 26 June 2014 that there was damage to Abigail's heart muscle that he thinks had been done earlier, before the little girl's final cardiac arrest.
A mother, whose daughter died after heart surgery at Bristol Children's Hospital, has questioned the treatment given to her baby by the cardiologist.
Five month old Abigail Treloar died in June last year after a fourth operation on her heart.
At today's inquest her mother questioned the actions of consultant Dr Robin Martin. Dr Martin said Abigail hadn't responded to previous procedures - and that a fourth was needed to explore her condition further. A verdict is expected later this afternoon.
A mother whose baby girl died after heart surgery at Bristol Children's hospital says she has many questions ahead of her daughter's inquest tomorrow.
Five-month-old Abigail Treloar from Stockwood in Bristol died last June after an operation on her heart. This will be the tenth inquest into children's cardiac deaths at the hospital.
Sharon Treloar, Abigail's mother, told Katie Rowlett about her frustration at still not knowing why her baby died.
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Prince Charles visited his local hospital in Tetbury today to officially open a new X Ray Unit.
He's been a frequent visitor in the past and staff seemed very excited to welcome him back. We caught up with a few:
Prince Charles visited his local hospital in Tetbury today to officially open a new X-Ray Unit. The Prince met with patients and volunteers on a tour of the hospital which is close to his family home at Highgrove.
The Prince of Wales will visit Tetbury Hospital and will open the newly upgraded X-ray unit later today.
It's the first unit upgrade in over a decade and more than £100,000 has been spent improving the facilities.
Prince Charles is a patron of The Friends of Tetbury Hospital and it is his local hospital.