St Pancras Coroner’s Court was told that Dr Kirmang Dabagh, an on-call doctor for Camidoc, agreed with Mr Hosie’s diagnosis of an allergic reaction and told him over the phone to stop taking the tablets. But the GP failed to prescribe alternative medication. Critically, Mr Hosie was not suffering from an allergic reaction, but a rapidly worsening infection and required antibiotics. He continued to deteriorate and died the following day.
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