National A woman has pleaded not guilty to using urine to endanger the life of her daughter in March An immune-deficient girl whose mother is accused of injecting her with urine says she never saw her mum use a syringe on a tube leading to a key vein. The year-old mother, from NSW's Hunter region, has pleaded not guilty to using urine to endanger Newcastle woman in bed life of her then-nine-year-old in March In a circumstantial case, the Crown alleges the mother injected urine into her daughter's central venous line while Singles dance Tamworth girl was in Sydney's Westmead Hospital for acute renal failure.
The nowyear-old was asked by the accused's lawyer if she'd ever seen her mother use a syringe on her central line.
The court has been told police found syringes and urine sample containers in the mother's handbag in Marchitems the woman said she picked up in a rushed Massage valhalla Cairns transfer. The girl, whose immunodeficiency is related to a genetic condition, was repeatedly admitted to Newcastle's John Hunter Hospital and Westmead from age two to nine. A treating doctor has told the court the girl's presentations were more unusual as time went on.
The teenager on Tuesday said she'd had continued medical issues including "coughs for months" and regular episodes of diarrhoea in the five years since she was placed into foster care. How to get a gay sugar daddy Port Macquarie
The Crown says the girl's condition has improved since The Free and fun things to do in Glen Iris was shown video of the girl being interviewed by NSW child protection investigators at her hospital bed almost a week after the alleged poisoning in Taking up less Newcastle woman in bed half of the bed, the then-nine-year-old shook her head each time she was asked if her mum did anything that "you don't like".
She said her mum - a former nurse - would sometimes adjust the intravenous medication pump the girl was attached to in John Hunter. The mother, who can't be named as it would identify her daughter, has also pleaded not guilty to two counts of using laxatives with intent to injure her daughter twice in The trial is expected to on Wednesday.
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