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At a press conference one hour later, the doctors read a five sentence communiqu that cited an important
wound in the left pulmonary vein as the source of the internal bleeding that killed her. The communiqu made
no specific mention of other lesions. Nor did the French coroners report, which listed the cause of death as
internal hemorrhaging due to a major chest trauma and a phenomenon of deceleration which caused a
rupture of the left pulmonary vein".
During the CBS interview in 2007, Dr. Zydlo could not say whether Diana, Princess of Wales "definitely
would have survived", given her injuries. He did say, however, the 70-minute pre-hospital delay
"certainly took away all of her chances". "No official from the French emergency system would
comment on Diana's treatment for this report [the CBS report] but in 2002, five years after her accident, the
French emergency guidelines were changed," said the CBS reporter, although she gave no reference for
the statement. "Today, a patient with the same the unstable blood pressure would be rushed to a hospital",
she said, anxiously!
Several SAMU organization and practitioner causes facilitated Diana, Princess of Wales death:
1. Administration of midazolam and fentanyl, which may have contributed to or even caused the cardiac
arrest, given her internal injuries and perhaps state of (de)hydration after a boat cruise in the hot
Mediterranean. The cardiac arrest necessitated the tracheal intubation, placement of Spencer on a
respirator, and external cardiac massage.
2. Failure by the SAMU physician to consider internal haemorrage as a source of the patients (recurrent)
hypotension [low blood pressure].
3. Failure of the SAMU organization to train SAMU physicians to suspect internal hemorrhage as a
source of a patients hypotension [low blood pressure].
4. Failure of the SAMU physician to insert a chest tube to check for internal chest bleeding as a source of
her low blood pressure. See reference 1- the SAMU organization states that in-field tube thoracostomy and
even autotransfusion [reinfusing a patients blood back into the patient] are taught.
5. SAMU organization policy of prolonged stabilization and diagnosis at the scene of the injury, rather
than quick assessment and stabilization and rapid transport.
6. SAMU system requirement for on site SAMU physician to await permission from SAMU medical
dispatcher who must await permission from receiving hospital ICU physician to transport a critically ill
multiple trauma patient.
7. SAMU policy of slow ambulance transport to facilitate a pleasant experience for the patient and avoid
exacerbating existing injuries.
8. The implausible state of French emergency departments in 1997.
9. Failure of SAMU organization to involve surgeons, emergency medicine physicians, and others health
professionals in multidisciplinary development and application of pre-hospital trauma patient care protocols.
10. Failure SAMU organization transparency in sentinel events, such as Spencer's death. Failure to divulge
11. Failure of the French government/medical community to communicate with the international public
about the care received by Diana, Princess of Wales in Paris.
12. Failure of the French government/medical community to communicate to the international public what it
has done to reduce the probability of future pre-hospital sentinel event occurrences.