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Health, Egersund | Have started a Spleis collection for little Ivan’s family: – Strongly affected, want to help the family

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Health, Egersund |  Have started a Spleis collection for little Ivan’s family: – Strongly affected, want to help the family

Ivan died during a dental operation at Stavanger University Hospital on Tuesday almost three weeks ago. The parents want answers as to whether the tragedy is due to a failure in the hospital’s routines, and the matter is being investigated by the police, and the State Administrator in Rogaland has opened a case.

Now Stavanger resident Siren Ertzein has started one collection on the Spleis website. All the money collected will go to the Bilal family in Egersund to reduce any financial burden, and to show support and consideration, Ertzeid explains to Dalane Tidende.

Never woke up

When Ivan was due to undergo dental treatment at Stavanger University Hospital, he suffered a cardiac arrest during the anaesthetic. Little Ivan never woke up, and the family is left in deep grief.

– We want to support the family in this difficult time, so that they do not also have to bear the burden of financial worries. The money collected will be transferred in its entirety to the family at the end of the collection, and only with their consent, emphasizes Ertzeid.

She says that she was very touched by the story when it became known.

– This affected me strongly, and I therefore have a desire to help the family. Considering they are Syrian refugees, I thought they might not have the same resources as others in society. And losing a child must be incredibly tough, says Ertzein, who is originally from Farsund in Agder.

Better everyday life

She contacted welfare lawyer Anne Kroken, and, and the family has been informed about the collection.

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– I am a mother myself, and it is difficult to understand what happens when something so tragic happens. If this can contribute to a better everyday life for the rest of the family, that is good. They will never get little Ivan back, but I hope and believe that people’s compassion can be a positive contribution in everyday life, says Ertzei.

Little Ivan was buried the same week he died. The parents are strongly critical of what happened at the hospital, they have said.

– The parents are distraught, and in shock and grief over the loss of their little son. They are still left with a great many questions. They want clarity as to whether the tragic death is due to a failure in the routines at the hospital, the parents’ assistance lawyer Anne Kroken stated to Stavanger Aftenblad.

Questioning and critical

The child had some underlying health challenges. The parents needed an interpreter to talk about their son’s health situation, but they were not offered an interpreter ahead of the procedure.

– The parents are both questioning and critical of whether SUS has handled the information they had about the boy correctly before he was put under anaesthesia, says Kroken.

Clinic manager Geir Lende tells the newspaper that they will make arrangements for all circumstances surrounding the case to be clarified.

– The matter is now being investigated by the police, and the State Administrator has established supervision. Pending the police investigation and due to our duty of confidentiality, we cannot provide further details at this time, says Lende.

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