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Jill Pinington, of Tameside and Glossop primary care trust, said: "Since Miss Barnardo's death an audit Nike Roshe Run Ld has shown a significant improvement in standards of documentation and note keeping."
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"The first thing you saw coming on to the ward was Janice in a huge bed. She felt like she was in a freak show.
Sections of the beds can be raised and lowered automatically to keep patients comfortable and prevent bed sores. Pathologist Andrew Yates said the cause of death was heart failure, gross obesity, high blood pressure, diabetes, asthma and pressure sores.
A spokeswoman for Tameside Hospital Trust said: "This case highlights the complex medical and psychological rehabilitation needs of patients undergoing surgery of this nature and the need for careful assessment, planning and co ordination of services to minimise the risk of similar problems in the future."
Jane Doyle, surgical ward manager, said staff had not been trained to operate bariatric beds. She said: "The hospital's bariatric policy was in draft form and had not been finalised."
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A Stockport inquest heard staff were not trained to operate adapted beds for patients recovering from the surgery.
Coroner John Pollard recorded a verdict of misadventure. He criticised nursing notes and said he would write to the chief executives of the local NHS trusts highlighting his concerns. After the inquest, Mrs Hughes said: "Janice's problems started on ward 15 at Tameside Hospital. Staff were not trained to care for bariatric patients."
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But Miss Barnardo later developed deep bed sores and in May 2007 she returned to Tameside with septicaemia and later died.
Elaine Hughes said when her sister, Miss Barnardo, was put on a ward after leaving intensive care she felt unhappy.
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undergo the weight loss surgery at Tameside Hospital and was taken back in to repair problems with the surgery five days later.
Mrs Hughes said: "When she came back from the intensive care unit at Tameside, Janice was put in a bed at an angle at the end of a long ward.
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"We asked that she be moved to a side ward. That was so cramped we could not get around the bed." Miss Barnardo, from Mossley, had the operation in February 2007 and required surgery to repair a leak five days later. By the end of the following month, surgeon Abduljalil Benhamida discharged her to Shire Hill, Glossop, for rehabilitation.
HEALTH minister Alan Johnson visited Tameside to officially open Ashton's new primary care centre. The centre, on Old Street, is a one stop shop for patients needing treatment in Tameside and Glossop, with everything from doctors and dentists to specialist services such as speech therapy and sexual health. Built at a cost of 9.8m, it opened for business earlier this year and has already bagged a top award for its lymphoedema department. It was this a Health Service Journal award which led Mr Johnson to visit what he called one of the country's 'flagship' centres.
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