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The survival child of the accidental overdose of fentanyl in the Sherbrooke hospital


CTV Montreal

Posted on Sunday, January 13, 2019 at 10:30 a.m. EAST

Last update Sunday, January 13, 2019 at 10:38 p.m. EAST

A child who barely survived an accidental overdose of fentanyl was released Sunday at Sherbrooke University Hospital.

The daughter of Zabryna Delaney, Alysse, was born prematurely by section C because she did not receive enough nutrients from the placenta.

On December 19, Delaney took her daughter to the hospital after noticing that she did not breathe properly.

The hospital staff gave Alysse three times the necessary amount of fentanyl to fight the disease.

The wrong amount was given based on the weight of the baby.

"This situation is indescribable," Delaney said. "It's amazing to know that my daughter entered the hospital for pneumonia … and ended up being treated for cardiac arrest."

Alysse is already home recovering with her family, but she is still in medication.

"It also has other medical conditions," Delaney said. "He is also withdrawing from the narcotics he was under."

Delaney is considering lawsuits against the hospital and has already contacted a lawyer.

"I sent the file to a law firm," he said. "Now look for her to see what my options are".

The family has also configured a GoFundMe page.

Delaney and her spouse were unable to work during the Alysse hospitalization and they also had four more children.

Your advice to hospital staff is to verify the doses they give to patients.

"Honestly, I tell them to check the amount people prescribe to avoid these things," he said.

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