Ex-nurse not guilty over administering urine injections to daughter

The mother told police she 'missed being a nurse' and wanted to be involved in her child's care

A former nurse accused of injecting her sick daughter with urine and poisoning her with laxatives has been found not guilty.

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Prosecutors had alleged the 47-year-old, who cannot be named, injected urine into her immune-deficient daughter's central venous line while the girl was in Sydney's Westmead Hospital for acute renal failure in March 2015.

The woman, from NSW's Hunter region, was also accused of twice using laxatives to