October 17th 2010 My daughter Uwakokunre Ayinde died. She had Spinal Muscular Atrophy type 2, and children with that condition go to meet their creator considerably earlier then most. The common cause of death with SMA is primarily due to respiratory complications, but there are other signs that lead up to the inevitable. IE: Fever, lethargy, low oxygen levels, wheezing and/or coughing, etc.. Things of this nature tell you if the child is sick. This was not the case with my daughter. Koko was fine before I left her with her nurse. Her saturation's was at 97%. She had no fever. She was talking, wide awake and watching tv. No coughing. No runny nose. Nothing. Just as healthy as a little girl in her condition could be. So what happened? My daughter's nurse says one minute she fine and the next minute she was dead. No signs whatsoever. That is just not possible. So I ask, I think there was negligence. How do I get the truth?
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