Nurse Louisa Swinburn's 'terrible guilt' over baby death

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A Nottingham nurse who was struck off after she admitted giving a four-month-old baby a fatal dose of saline solution has spoken of her "terrible guilt".

Samuel McIntosh, who was born prematurely on 1 March 2009, was being cared for at the high-dependency unit of the Queen's Medical Centre (QMC).

The Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) found Louisa Swinburn guilty of misconduct at a hearing in London.

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