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Victoria Butler-Cole, representing Charlie's court-appointed guardian, said she understood the family's proposed doctor was 'not a paediatric intensive care consultant'.Mr Justice Francis (pictured) issued another attack on ill-informed social media users.Mr Armstrong said a firm had offered to 'provide any type of ventilator that is required.'Two nurses would be needed for each shift lasting eight to 12 hours and GOSH staff have volunteered to work on their days off or between shifts at the hospital.Mr Armstrong, referring to a list of requirements set out by GOSH for Charlie's care outside the hospital, said: 'We believe we will be able to deal with that and have the appropriate nursing staff available.'He said moving Charlie was unproblematic, as shown by 'that rather charming photograph' taken on the rooftop of the hospital earlier in the summer, when staff helped the parents take him for a picnic.'In itself, transfer should not be a difficult issue,' said Mr Armstrong, saying Charlie remained in a stable condition.
'All he needs is a ventilator which pumps room air into his lungs.Provided appropriate medical care is provided to Charlie, Great Ormond Street has no legal right to detain him in hospital.' A Vatican paediatric hospital says experimental therapy 'could have been an opportunity' to help Charlie Gard, but it was too late to start care for the critically ill baby.Bambino Gesu Hospital had offered to treat the 11-month-old boy while his parents were trying to persuade UK courts to tell Great Ormond Street Hospital in London to release the boy for treatment in the United States.Great Ormond Street bosses said they were not satisfied that a properly-qualified specialist would be in control under Charlie's parents' plan.A lawyer in the couple's legal team said discussions about mounting an appeal against Mr Justice Francis's decision not to allow more time were taking place.