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His father John said after coming round from surgery on the morning of August 25, his son had been energetic and was sitting in his bed playing with his Play Mobil figures.Around 4.20am father-of-five Mr Dwerryhouse received a call telling him James wasn't well and he and James' mother needed to attend the hospital immediately.She also admitted that 99.9 per cent of patients on an intensive care unit would be rigged up to various monitors at all times.
James Dwerryhouse suffered a catastrophic brain injury at the Portland Hospital in London when the equipment used to monitor him was shut down without a doctor's permission.
You can put the monitor on a toe covered by a sock, you can use diversion - as soon as the child's attention is diverted somewhere else the monitor goes back on.' The two nurses tasked with caring for James told the inquest they were given a 30 minute break before midnight if they were on a 12 hour night shift and a 90 minute or two hour break in the early hours of the morning.
James' nurse Mr Cachero went on his break shortly after 2am while Mr Dwerryhouse was lying in the bed with James on his chest trying to get him to settle.
The youngster, who had Down's Syndrome, was an in-patient at the hospital for a routine bowel operation to treat a condition which left him needing to wear a nappy.
An inquest into James' death heard he died in a hospice close to his home in Ipswich when his life support was withdrawn the following day.