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NHS England accused of ‘misleading’ data on the number of children’s intensive care beds that are available | The Independent

Exclusive: Royal College of Paediatrics describe the official statistics as ‘inaccurate’ 

NHS England has been accused of releasing “misleading” data on the number of available children’s intensive care beds in a move which underplays the extent of the winter crisis.

The official statistics state that the occupancy rate of paediatric intensive beds was on 81 per cent in December, but the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health (RCPCH) said the figure was between 90 to 100 per cent, The Independent can reveal.

The College has also said the NHS figures, which they have described as “inaccurate”, list a number of paediatric intensive care beds in areas that do not have the necessary units to host them.

Professor Neena Modi, president of RCPCH, warned that the system was at “breaking point”.

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