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At least 1, hospital patients are dying needlessly each month from dehydration and poor care by doctors and nurses, according to an NHS study. The deaths from acute kidney injury could be prevented by simple steps such as nurses ensuring patients have enough to drink and doctors reviewing their medication, the researchers say. Between 15, and 40, patients die annually because hospital staff fail to diagnose the treatable kidney problem, a figure that dwarfs the death toll from superbugs like MRSA.
Thousands die of thirst and poor care in NHS
It's no secret that passing from severe dehydration would be extremely unpleasant. You'd feel dry, tired, weak, and it would continue to be that way for what feels like an eternity before you finally expire. But have you ever wondered what dying of thirst is really like? How it works, and what exactly happens to your body? It may be a decidedly grim prospect, but in a scientific way, it can be considered sort of fascinating. Maybe you have a bit of morbid curiosity. Maybe you even asked yourself if you can really perish from dehydration.
Human Rights Watch HRW said earlier in an April report that civilians are suffering from an indiscriminate aerial bombing campaign. The agency is still carrying out a mortality survey to find out how many adults and children have died and what the causes are. However, MSF estimates that an average of five to 10 people have died each day since water ran out at the Kilometer 48 camp. MSF said in a statement on Jun. Erna Rijnierse in the statement. Asztabski said that refugees are arriving malnourished, dehydrated and diseased after walking from their homes in Blue Nile. Common conditions include pneumonia and other respiratory infections contracted from sleeping outdoors without any shelter, as well as diarrhoea from drinking contaminated water.
Theresa May has rejected a warning from British Red Cross that hospitals are facing a 'humanitarian crisis'. Malnutrition or dehydration were mentioned on the death certificates of patients who died in hospital in and of more who passed away in care homes. In hospitals, patients died of starvation and of dehydration, while in care homes, 54 died of hunger and 76 of thirst, reported The Sun. The Prime Minister acknowledged the NHS was under pressure but told Sky News the Government was addressing the issue of an ageing population , adding that health funding was at record levels. Mark Porter, council chair of the British Medical Association, said spiralling patient numbers and the lack of additional funding provided for health and social care meant the service was still struggling in real terms. He made the comments after it emerged that the Red Cross is stepping in to support services in 20 accident and emergency departments.