Hamid Kehazaei was metres from care unit that could have saved him, inquest told

Hamid Kehazaei was metres from care unit that could have saved him, inquest told

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Doctor who treated Manus asylum seeker said a cascading litany of mistakes led to the Iranian’s death, and if he had been moved just 10 metres away, he could’ve survived

If asylum seeker Hamid Kehazaei had been moved to a better-equipped intensive care unit just 10 metres away from his hospital bed he would have been likely to have survived rather than died, a doctor called upon to treat him has told an inquest into his death.

A series of “little disasters” led to the “major disaster” of Kehazaei having a cardiac arrest, anaesthetist Dr Richard Glied said.

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