Husband requires inquest after partner passes away not long after giving birth

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    Picture shows a photo of Gabriela Pintilie, side-by-side with daughter Stefania

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    Gabriela Pintilie, 36, passed away a day after bring to life child Stefania (Picture: PA)

    The grieving other half of a lady who passed away not long after delivering has actually required an independent examination into her death.

    Gabriela Pintilie, 36, lost 6 pints of blood after bring to life child Stefania through Caesarean area in February 2019 at Basildon University Hospital in Essex.

    A coroner discovered there were ‘serious failings’ in her care and discovered that she was not provided blood items that were readily available.

    After a report detailed some other major events at the maternity ward, Mrs Pintilie’s other half, Ionel, has actually required an independent examination to be released.

    Speaking about the occurrence for the very first time, Mr Pintilie stated: ‘I was ravaged when I heard many other females and infants had actually been through torture at the maternity system.

    ‘It has made me angry as they do not seem to have learnt from the mistakes of the past.’

    Gabriela Pintilie who died after losing six litres of blood following the birth of her daughter at Basildon University Hospital in 2019. Gabriela's husband, Ionel Pintilie has called for an independent investigation to be launched after a report highlighted further serious incidents at the hospital.

    Mrs Pintilie lost 6 litres of blood following the birth of her child at Basildon University Hospital in 2019 (Picture: PA)

    Stefania Pintilie, whose mother Gabriela bled to death after giving birth to her at Basildon University Hospital in February last year. Gabriela's husband, Ionel Pintilie has called for an independent investigation to be launched after a report highlighted further serious incidents at the hospital.

    Stefania Pintilie had her very first birthday in February (Picture: PA)

    ‘I would like to see a full independent investigation into the unit so that the truth of just how many people’s lives have actually been so unnecessarily ravaged at the system can emerge.’

    He has actually released a civil action versus Mid and South Essex NHS Foundation Trust, which runs the services at the maternity system.

    In a report from August, inspectors from health care guard dog the Care Quality Commission (CQC) branded services at the maternity system as insufficient total.

    According to their findings, there had actually been 6 major events in March and April previously this year where infants were born in a bad condition.

    The report discovered there were insufficient personnel to keep females safe and explained multidisciplinary group working as ‘dysfunctional’.

    The department had actually formerly been ranked as needing enhancement following an assessment in February 2019.

    After the release of the report, the trust declared its services were ‘safe to use’ and apologised for not making enhancements ‘quickly enough’.

    While confident that an independent examination will avoid a repeat of his partner’s situations, Mr Pintilie mentioned the hurt discovering more of the evaluation brought him.

    He stated: ‘Reading about the report into Basildon has actually brought the discomfort of losing Gabriela flooding back.

    ‘I still miss her every day and have struggled to come to terms with what has happened to us.’

    Explaining his conflicting sensations when their child had her very first birthday in February, he stated: ‘I didn’t understand whether we need to commemorate or not as she was born simply a couple of hours prior to Gabriela passed away.

    ‘Our loss is countless, however to hear others have actually suffered at the medical facility considering that Gabriela died is undesirable.

    ‘Something needs to be done to stop this from happening again in the future and I hope an independent investigation would help achieve that.’

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