At the moment, she had her head at the top of the anaesthetic machine, and I recommend suctioning her within the mouth and putting the oxygen flows up,” she stated. Oxygen to an unconscious hospital patient undergoing emergency surgery could have blocked by her biting on a tube in her mouth as she came spherical from anaesthesia, an inquest heard. Her family believe a hospital trolley wheel squashed the endotracheal tube (ET tube), which aids respiration, as she was moved from an working table to a recovery bed. Jasmine Hill, 19, suffered a cardiac arrest shortly after undergoing a procedure on her neck at Gloucestershire Royal Hospital. The process took lower than an hour and the teenager, who needed to be a journalist or author, went into cardiac arrest shortly after she was moved by workers from the working desk to a bed.