After a STOMPer's newborn nephew returned from a surgery, the baby boy developed a large pressure ulcer on his leg the size of a 5-cent coin.
Said the STOMPer:
"My sister just gave birth to her son on Aug 7 2012.
"The child had to undergo a surgery immediately after birth due to some medical condition.
"This happened when the nurses were trying to insert the intravenous (IV) drip into the child.
"According to my sister, it seems the nurses had some difficulties in inserting it as the vein of the child can be hardly seen.
"This wound is apparently caused by them trying to insert it into the same spot which resulted in this pressure ulcer, or should I say a necrotic wound if the condition worsens.
"My sister only spotted this when the nurse was doing a wound dressing procedure.
"Is this fair to my sister?
"The hospital must do something about this. If not, this thing might happen again and they can get sued.
"We will not be happy if this thing happens, especially to a newborn baby.
"This photo was taken recently, about two weeks after the operation and the hole, which is about the size of a 5-cent or 10-cent coin is still there.
"We have to go back to the hospital every two weeks to change the baby's dressing."