ISSAAC

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ISSAACImproved Seed Supply for Agroforestry in African Countries (project)
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Issaac would have been checked for jaundice, she said.
Ms Woodhead said that she had not undressed Issaac to check for jaundice because she was satisfied with her checks but 'with the benefit of hindsight', she should have undressed Issaac and examined him more thoroughly.
Paediatric intensive care consultant Dr Gupter told the inquest that Issaac was 'very poorly and needed lots of therapies' when he first met him on April 11.
The doctor said medics worked to stabilise Issaac, but it was clear he was not going to survive.
She said Issaac died of multiple organ failure and hypoxic ischemic brain injury.
Coroner Angharad Davis gave a conclusion of natural causes and found Issaac died of multiple organ failure, though the cause of his collapse is unknown.
The coroner said it was probable that Issaac's collapse was caused by 'some form of sepsis.'.
Speaking after the inquest, Issaac's parents said: "We knew something was wrong from the moment he was born.
"Issaac was a handsome baby and brought a lot of joy in the five short days he was with us.
"Issaac meant the world to us and we will never be able to enjoy the joys of life without him here."
devastating way to otherwise baby Angharad Davis " Victoria Beel, a clinical negligence lawyer at Slater and Gordon, added: "While nothing can bring Issaac back, Sheila and Leslie simply want to know they have done everything they can to make sure other families are spared the heartbreak they have had to go through".
Simon Mehigan, Divisional Director Midwifery and Gynaecology at the Northern Care Alliance NHS Group said: "We would like to offer our sincere condolences to Issaac's family for their tragic loss.