The deceased child’s father Chiang Hong (third from left) and mother, (second from left) arriving at the Coroner's Court in West Kowloon Law Courts Building. Photo: Winson Wong

Hong Kong infant who died of complications following surgery most likely had an anaesthesia-induced condition, inquest finds

  • Jury finds 14-month-old Chiang Shing-fan died of misadventure after a rise in potassium caused his heart rate to plummet
  • The Coroner’s Court recommended that blood and temperature tests be taken before operations to prevent similar incidents in future
Topic |   Hong Kong health care and hospitals

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The deceased child’s father Chiang Hong (third from left) and mother, (second from left) arriving at the Coroner's Court in West Kowloon Law Courts Building. Photo: Winson Wong
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