A mother has said her 13-twelve months-outdated daughter is in fret each and each day as she continues to wait for an operation which has been cancelled twice.
Keri said her daughter Keris used to be ensuing from have a leg lengthening operation in Nottingham in October.
This used to be cancelled, along with the rescheduled operation in November, ensuing from Covid-linked workers shortages.
Nottingham College Hospitals said suspending operations used to be no longer a possibility it took lightly.
Keri, 41, from Long Eaton in Derbyshire, said her daughter had hip dysplasia, which has resulted in a single leg being about 3.5cm (1.3in) longer than the more than a few.
She said: “She is such a solid young lady who will get on with it, but most days she is in fret.
“In PE she can be able to’t speed, because her knee swells up.”
Keri said the family had isolated and introduced Covid tests earlier than each and each operation dates, only to learn the course of would no longer coast forward.
She said the family were given no new date for when it’s going to also occur.
“[You feel] angry and upset in your child,” she said.
“It’s correct so frustrating.”
She said Keris is thanks to beginning her GCSE stories in September and the family is enthusiastic extra delays might perhaps affect her training.
She is additionally troubled her daughter’s situation also can worsen.
She said: “I fabricate no longer blame the NHS. I felt sorry for the nurses each and each instances who phoned me.
“I am angry at the total scenario and one thing in actuality must be finished about it.
“I fabricate no longer are making an strive to stumble on my daughter in fret.
“How phenomenal fret enact of us also can light be in for one thing to be finished?”
Dr Keith Girling, clinical director at Nottingham College Hospitals, said: “Suspending operations is no longer a possibility we clutch lightly, but we must shield watch over these patients that require urgent or emergency care alongside caring for patients with Covid-19.
“We are extremely sorry to those patients and their households for any hurt triggered.”
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