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In a separate incident, John Dougall, of Kirkcaldy, was left slumped in his stairwell suffering from blood poisoning and severe internal injuries.
Public Health England said the babies developed blood poisoning from the bacillus cereus bacterium, which has been linked to an intravenous fluid supplied by ITH Pharma.
Blood poisoning kills more than a quarter of a million people each year in the United States alone and inflicts treatment costs of more than $20 billion (15 billion euros) annually, according to figures cited in the presentation.
Research has found peptide molecules from the body's natural immune system can help boost the body's defence against life-threatening blood poisoning.
Mr Hughes, from Belfast, died a week after the surgery from blood poisoning caused by a perforated bowel.
Aleesha Evans died after Dr Salawati Abdul Salam failed to diagnose the baby was suffering from blood poisoning.
That said, premature babies or sick adults can fall ill, with the bacteria causing blood poisoning, especially when their hairs stick to a host's cells.
Her daughter, who is 1 year and 10 month old, could have died due to blood poisoning, but her condition is improving following treatment.
Meningitis and septicaemia - the blood poisoning form of the disease - affect around 3,000 people every year in the UK.
Around 1,000 cases of blood poisoning caused by Stenotrophomonas maltophilia are reported in the UK each year.
The work of Dr Das Pillay, consultant microbiologist at the Good Hope Hospital in Birmingham, is to feature in the Tonight With Trevor McDonald investigation on ITV1, about Extended-Spectrum Betalactamase (ESBL), which can lead to blood poisoning. It takes hospital labs four days to detect, but the programme is expected to say Dr Pillay's unit needs less than a day.
FALKIRK legend Alex exTotten will return to work as the club's commercial manager next month after recovering from a life-threatening form of blood poisoning.
Meningitis and septicaemia - the blood poisoning form of the disease - are extremely serious illnesses that can often be difficult to spot.
1915: Rupert Brooke, Rugby-born poet, died of blood poisoning on the Greek island of Skyros.