The 72-year-old ex-docker, Frank Collinson suffered a fall in this May 2009 after which he was brought to the hospital. He was discharged after few weeks and had cracked ribs and a skin infection along with contracting the super-bug MRSA.
He finally died after just four months and his son informs of the mistakes which have completely devastated his family. When his dad was taken to the Hull Royal Infirmary in May 2009 he was not well but at least he did not face a danger to his life.
He was then receiving dialysis for a kidney problem after falling in his house. After being discharged from the hospital he died within four months which was due to the extremely poor care and incompetence at the hospital.
This incident has left a bad effect on the otherwise excellent reputation of the NHS. Collinson contracted the fatal super-bug MRSA which became the cause of his untimely death soon after.
It was later found that he also had cracked ribs and vertebrae and no x-ray was taken at the Hull Royal Infirmary to find this out. His son said that his father was a victim of `a catalogue of errors' at the hospital.
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