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SECOND HOSPITAL REPORTS CJD RISK
A second hospital has been in contact with patients in relation to potential exposure to CJD after surgical instruments were not properly sterlised.
Following on from the notification by the Abertawe Bro Morganwg University Health Board that they had written on 28 March to 38 patients advising them that they could have been exposed to CJD, the Queen's Hospital in Romford, Essex has now also announced thay they have sent similar letters to 21 of their patients.
More information has been forthcoming from the hospital in relation to the circumstances of the contamination. The mother of a patient who had had surgery at the hospital had gone on to develop an inherited form of CJD. It was believed that the surgical instruments used during the operation could have transferred the prions which carry CJD to other patients who had been treated subsequently using the same instruments.
As in the South Wales hospitals, routine sterilisation procedures were not thought to have decontaminated the instruments effectively against CJD.
Ian Cohen, Director and head of the Medical Negligence Department commented: "It is of further concern that another hospital has announced that it's sterlisation procedures for surgical instruments are inadequate. The risk from CJD has been well reported and noted since the original BSE outbreak. Despite effective sterlisation techniques having been developed to eradicate the CJD prions, the NHS does not appear to have moved with the times and continues to use less effective procedures."
Goodmans Law are taking enquiries from any patients who have been affected by the recent concerns over CJD.
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