Mother Core squeezed her son when he slipped away less than 24 hours after the doctors sent him home with a clear one.
Little Sheldon Farnell, 4, was fired from Sunderland Royal Hospital last Sunday, despite the insistence of Katrina’s mother that he had all signs of sepsis.
The "happy" schoolboy was kicked out before the doctors returned the test results – which would show that he had a potentially fatal blood poisoning.
He was thrown back to A & E after falling the next morning, but the deadly infection had already strengthened.
The 23-year-old Katrina, who shook Kalrina, cried "Mom that he left," to Count Nikola, 46, because the doctors fought in vain to renew her son's heart.
She raged: “They practically let my baby die. They gave us a false hope that he was all right.
“I had to spend money to give him a good Christmas, but now I will spend on the funeral.
“If they gave us the results of a blood test in an hour, as they said, he would still be here.
“I constantly asked them about everything that I thought was wrong.
“I knew he was bad, I didn’t want to go. They should not have let him go.
The family now demands answers from the hospital about why Sheldon was sent home.
Grandpa Gary blew it: “He spent the rest of his life in front of him, and he was taken from him.
"I turned to the doctor and said:" I blame you for the death of my grandson. " This is just sheer negligence.
“He was never sent home, at least until they passed blood tests. We lost our beautiful grandson.
“He was the star of our life. The house is too quiet, now the Sunderland Royal Hospital has something to answer. ”
Gran Nicola, whom Sheldon would lovingly call “mommy,” added: “Sheldon was a very cheerful, loving, caring, joyful boy.
“He continued to support life, and his heart just stopped, and they tried to bring him back.
“They did a heart massage, and his pulse was so slow, and then he stopped again. Katrina simply said "Mom, that he was gone" – and he died on our hands. "
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Ian Martin, medical director at the city hospitals of the Sunderland NHS Foundation Trust, said: “We express our sincere condolences to the Sheldon family for their tragic loss and offer all our support to their loved ones in this very sad and difficult time.
“Because of the confidentiality of patients, we cannot discuss the details of Sheldon’s treatment, however we can confirm that we have already begun our reliable internal review process so that we can fully understand the circumstances surrounding his care.
"We will continue to keep the Sheldon family fully updated and are currently unable to comment."
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