removed with no difficulty or resistance by an experienced registered nurse.
Immediately after removal, the drain tube site bled and the patient rapidly developed symptoms of weakness and altered sensation in the right arm. An escalation call was initiated and the patient was immediately returned to theatre for urgent evacuation of a haematoma.
Due to the unplanned return to theatre, the case was critically reviewed by the surgical team and the conclusion was made that the patient had a large
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