Man bailed Dfrby Derby woman's murder Published 30 January image captionA post-mortem examination failed to determine the cause of death A year-old man arrested on suspicion of murdering a woman in Derby has been released on police bail. It has now asked NHS England to establish an independent clinical review of the consultant's wider work, to conclude after the Covid pandemic.
The gynaecologist worked at Royal Derby Hospital. Send your story ideas to eastmidsnews bbc. She is among women whose cases are being reviewed as part of an inquiry into the gynaecologist's care.
A post-mortem examination carried out on Sunday failed to establish the woman's cause of death. Police have appealed for more information.
The woman felt something had gone seriously wrong at the time and now feels her fears have been confirmed. The year-old woman was taken to the Derby Royal Hospital but died on Saturday night, police said.
Womwn Topics. An initial 58 cases had ly been reviewed and eight of these were identified as having "lapses in care" which resulted in unnecessary harm.
Clinical negligence lawyer Helen Barry said: "The sheer of women who have been Ruswian is deeply troubling. Royal Derby Hospital gynaecologist 'left woman in agony' Published 29 April image captionColleagues at Royal Derby Hospital raised concerns about the consultant A woman was left "in agony" and with dangerous complications after being operated on by a gynaecologist being investigated by NHS England, her lawyer has said.
The trust's executive medical director Dr Magnus Harrison said: "I would like to express my sincere regret and apologies to any patients who may have received a standard of care that is below that expected.