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An inspection carried out by the National Health Fund (NFZ) into the death of a woman who died from pregnancy complications found numerous irregularities in the organisation, implementation and quality of patient services at the hospital that treated her.
The management of a hospital in the southern Polish town of Pszczyna has suspended the contracts of the two doctors who were on duty when a pregnant woman died of sceptic shock in September, the hospital announced on Friday.
Donald Tusk, the leader of Poland's main opposition party, Civic Platform (PO), has said that “ideology” and an “in-human law” were responsible for the death of a pregnant woman who failed to get an abortion.
The National Health Fund (NFZ) has launched an inquiry into the death of a pregnant 30-year-old patient at a hospital in the southern town of Pszczyna, an NFZ spokeswoman said on Wednesday.