Baby died at Birmingham Women's Hospital after 'failings' during delivery HomeNewsMidlands NewsBartley Green and WeoleyReport found delays in a c section leading up to birth of tragic Cohen Mark Joseph Cross06:30, 21 MAR 2017Updated10:34, 21 MAR 2017Get daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailA Birmingham hospital has admitted failures after a baby was born severely brain damaged coach outlet and died at just two days old.Cohen Mark Joseph Cross was born following an emergency Caesarian at Birmingham Women's Hospital after mum Kaleigh Elwell was admitted at 35 weeks with bleeding.He passed away just 48 hours later after suffering multi organ failure and brain damage, caused by lack of oxygen.The hospital later admitted failures including staff shortages and delays in identifying the emergency.Bbay cohen and mum Kaleigh A Birmingham hospital has admitted failures after a baby was born severely brain damaged and died aged just two days old. Cohen Mark Joseph Cross was born in a poor condition on October 1 via C section at Birmingham Womens Hospital, after his mum Kaleigh Elwell was discount coach bags admitted at 35 weeks with bleeding. He passed away just 48 hours later after suffering multi organ failure and brain damage caused by lack of oxygen."I was reassured that I was in the best place, but obviously I wasn't," coach outlet stores handbags said Kaleigh, from Weoley Castle."It's hard to come to terms with he should be with me now. It's heartbreaking. He should be sitting up and smiling."It was the worse thing that I have ever gone through."Kaleigh, who has three other children, was admitted to hospital early on October 1 after telephoning to say she had been bleeding.The 29 year old had already been identified as a high risk patient after previous early labours with coach canada handbags on sale Harry, 12, Sienna, eight and Kaison, three.Kaleigh was told to come straight to the ward and was monitored over several hours.Despite experiencing bleeding and diarrhoea medical staff were content that she was not showing signs of pre term labour."By the evening I was shaking and had diarrhoea and some vomiting," said Kaleigh."Later I had a big bleed, which I know now was a placenta abruption, and was told to get back on the bed. It took a while to find a heartbeat."When they finally realised it was an emergency there was a big major rush. I remember saying to the midwife 'please save my baby'."But when he was born he was already severely brain damaged, and he wasn't crying.
"He was like a sleeping baby."Cohen was born at 9.56pm on October 1 but, despite the emergency intervention, he was found to be floppy and did not open his eyes.
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