Theresa Feehan died with toxic levels of prescription drugs in her body two days after a GP visit.
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Image caption Theresa Feehan was found dead at her home in London on 12 March 2018

A mum of seven died with toxic levels of prescription drugs in her body after visiting a surgery that had out of date records missing patient conditions.

Theresa Feehan, 58, was given a drug on 10 March 2018 which, combined with other medication, contributed to her death two days later, a coroner said.

The Care Quality Commission (CQC) has since called medicine reviews at Lisson Grove Health Centre "ineffective".

The London surgery said it could not comment due to patient confidentiality.

Mrs Feehan had breathing problems for more than two decades and used home oxygen, a treatment coroner Dr Fiona Wilcox said "was not even recorded on the active problem list" at the surgery.