Internal Reference Number: FOI_5218
Date Request Received: 08/08/2019 10:54:08
Date Request Replied To: 03/09/2019 15:00:18
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Request Summary: Patients in a persistent vegetative state or minimally conscious state
Request Category: Media
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Please state the name of your Trust?
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Salisbury NHS Foundation Trust
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How many patients currently under your care are being kept alive with clinically assisted nutrition and hydration (CANH) who are in a persistent vegetative state or minimally conscious state?
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|Question Number 3:|
a) How many patients from Q2 have been kept alive for 1 year or more?
b) How many patients from Q2 have been kept alive for 3 years or more?
c) How many patients from Q2 have been kept alive for 5 years or more?
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|Question Number 4:|
How much money has your trust spend on the patients from Q2 in the years;
2015 - 2016
2016 - 2017
2017 - 2018
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How much money does your Trust spend per patient (from Q2) on average?
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|Question Number 6:|
How many next of kin of patients from Q2 have asked for the CANH to be stopped and their loved ones be moved into palliative care?
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|Question Number 7:|
a) In how many patients cases, have you been in a legal battle, whether mediation or court, because next of kin wanted to stop CANH in the last 5 years?
b) What has been the financial cost of these legal battles/mediations?
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Our staff at Salisbury District Hospital have long been well regarded for the quality of care and treatment they provide for our patients and for their innovation, commitment and professionalism. This has been recognised in a wide range of achievements and it is reflected in our award of NHS Foundation Trust status. This is afforded to hospitals that provide the highest standards of care.