Joanne Craig’s family said she was failed by the Top End Health Service after she died of sepsis in Katherine Hospital. Photo: (Supplied: Sharon Hewitt) Despite previous inquests into the failure to identify and treat sepsis in Northern Territory hospitals, Joanne Craig was left to deteriorate without the antibiotics that could have saved her life. NT Coroner said the delay in administering antibiotics gave Joanne Craig "no chance for survival" The family of Ms Craig raised concerns that there was no discussion about the treatment Findings show that there was limited documentation kept during treatment Ms Craig died of organ failure caused by sepsis, 12 hours after presenting to the Katherine Hospital in January 2018. In handing down his findings today, NT coroner Greg Cavanagh detailed how the medical professionals treating Ms Craig failed to recognise her condition and intervene in time. It is not the first time the […]