Collect photograph of Sean Turner. See SWNS story SWWIPE; A litany of errors in the aftercare of a four-year-old who died at Bristol Children's Hospital following major heart surgery amounted to 'service failure', according to a damning report. A far-reaching inquiry into the treatment received by Sean Turner, of Warminster, during his aftercare following a serious heart operation found 22 failures by nurses and doctors. In the latest inquiry, nine experts ruled University Hospital Bristol Foundation Trust was guilty of maladministration for failing to be open with Sean's parents. It also ruled Sean was "not given the best possible chance of survival". The conclusions from the Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman go a lot further than that of a huge review carried out by NHS England which was published in June.