‘Unique and unpredictable’ circumstances in newborn’s death, inquest hears

The coroner did not make adverse findings against any of the doctors.

The death of a newborn at Sydney’s Liverpool Hospital was the result of a “disaster that cannot be trained for”, a senior obstetrician has told an inquest.

The coronial inquest was investigating the death of Everett Carleton in August 2018 following a complicated delivery, including placenta incision and umbilical cord transection.