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Aishwarya Aswath death: Another child at Perth Children’s Hospital waited four hours for treatment

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The Australian Nursing Federation claims Perth hospitals are understaffed by up to 40 nurses every day.

The revelation comes after the death of Aishwarya Aswath – the seven-year-old girl who was taken to Perth Children’s Hospital with a fever but not seen by a doctor for more than two hours.

Find out more about Perth’s hospital crisis in the video above

Aishwarya died on Saturday after her condition rapidly deteriorated.

It was a day that other parents at the hospital have described as chaotic.

April Jacobsen took her 11-month-old son Kayde to Perth Children’s Hospital on Saturday.

He’d stopped eating and drinking and was screaming in pain.

But the mother and baby weren’t seen by a doctor for four hours.

“There was barely any staff…



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