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Who was Patryk Milner ?
Patryk Milner from Sandbach, Cheshire, fell ill around 9:50am. meter. on September 30, 2020, when he finished his first lesson of the day at Offley Primary Academy.
Patryk Milner, 7, sadly died after collapsing at school in September 2020
The fit and healthy schoolboy tragically suffered sudden cardiac arrest in front of his classmates.
His teacher David Ellis, who was on his first day of school, administered CPR with the help of other staff members before 999 was called and paramedics arrived.
The youngster was airlifted to Leighton Hospital in Crewe before being transferred to Alder Hey Children’s Hospital in Liverpool.
Doctors managed to restart her circulation, but after being in cardiac arrest for 40 minutes, the damage to his brain was deemed too severe.
Sadly, the schoolboy passed away at Alder Hey on October 2, 2020, just 36 hours after being transferred.
Cheshire Chief Coroner Alan Moore gave a conclusion of natural causes, with a medical cause of death being sudden cardiac arrhythmia which had not been diagnosed, during an inquest at Warrington Coroner’s Court on Tuesday.
Patryk’s devastated parents told the inquest in a statement that his son was a “healthy and fit boy” who loved sports and had no known persistent underlying conditions.
He was a member of the Sandbach RUFC under-8 team and his parents, Andy and Aggie, are well-known figures in club rugby.
Mama Aggie said that she had been suffering from a sore throat on September 20, she was diagnosed with a “viral infection” and did not require medication.
As of September 30, the 7-year-old boy still had a sore throat, but no other symptoms or problems, so he was able to attend school.
Aggie explained: “When I dropped him off at school, he seemed fine and there was no
I saw nothing in his behavior that would give me reason to think otherwise.”
“Andrew and I are totally devastated by the unexpected and sudden loss of our son. No parent expects to be in this position.”
Patryk’s GP, Dr. Priyan Gunawardena, also confirmed that Patryk had been diagnosed with a mild form of laryngitis, but also described him as a “fit and healthy boy” with no other problems to worry about.
Detailing what happened in the classroom, Ellis told the investigation: “We had just finished the first lesson and I asked the children to pack up.
At this point, Patryk was probably in the second row of the classroom. He leaned across the desk and extended his arm to her.
In a statement read out by Mr. Moore, Patryk’s mother, Agnieszka (Aggie), said Patryk was a “fit and healthy boy” who loved sports and had no known persistent underlying conditions.
She said that he had been suffering from a sore throat since September 20, which was diagnosed as a “viral infection” and did not require medication.
She still had a sore throat on September 30, but since he had no other symptoms or problems, he was able to attend school.
She said: “When I dropped him off at school, he seemed fine and I didn’t see anything in his behavior that would give me reason to think otherwise.”
Describing what happened in the classroom, Ellis said: “We had just finished the first lesson and I asked the kids to pack up.
“At this point, Patryk was probably in the second row of the classroom. He leaned across the desk and extended his arm. I thought he was trying to get my attention because of his sore throat.
“I asked him if he needed help, but he didn’t answer. He still had his arm out in front of him. I noticed he was shaking. I repeatedly asked him if he was okay, but he didn’t answer.”
“I walked over to him and I was worried he was about to pass out. I pulled him off the desk, off the chair and onto the floor. I put my hand on his chest and felt his heart pound.”
Ellis said he asked students to move the table away to give Patryk room before asking some of them to come to the office to tell them that “he needed immediate assistance.”
He put Patryk in the recovery position before other staff members arrived to help with CPR and called the ambulance using the classroom phone.
The school’s automated external defibrillator (AED) was brought in and hooked up to Patryk, but after analyzing his heart, he said a shock was not necessary and he should continue CPR.
Northwest Ambulance Service received the call at 9:49 a.m. m. and the paramedics first arrived at the school shortly after 10 a.m. m. The air ambulance also landed in the field next to the school.
After filling in for staff members, Patryk was taken to Leighton Hospital at 10:28 a.m. m. and arrived 13 minutes later at 10:41 a.m. m.
In a statement read out at the inquest by Mr Moore, Dr Nayan Shetty, of Alder Hey Children’s Hospital, confirmed that Patryk had been transferred to them from Leighton.