Dragons’ Den star Deborah Meaden causes concern with A&E photo

Dragons’ Den star Deborah Meaden greeted the NHS last night after a hospital visit to A&E.

The star gained followers on social media yesterday (Friday, June 18) when she reported an injury.

However, the business women assured fans that she was “on the mend” after being looked after by “calming” nurses.

Deborah Meaden is “on the mend” after hospitalization (Image: BBC iPlayer)

Why was Dragons’ Den star Deborah Meaden in the hospital?

Deborah, 62, announced on social media that she was hospitalized after breaking her wrist.

Her arm was placed in a cast and she was given pain medication after what appeared to be an accident with her horse.

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Deborah posted pictures on Twitter and Instagram showing her smiling alongside two nurses.

She also confirmed that she could leave the hospital after treatment.

Fans expressed concern about Deborah (Photo Credit: Sue Andrews / FlynetPictures.co.uk / SplashNews.com)

Deborah Meaden greets the NHS

A grateful Deborah highlighted the efforts of two nurses who took care of her on Twitter.

She told followers, “I know you know, but our NHS is blooming brilliantly. Went in a broken wrist.

“Several x-rays [later], Manipulation under painkillers with a soothing voice in my ear and I go to repair with a cast and wrist.

We must never stop appreciating our amazing NHS.

Deborah added, “Here with Becky and Lowri. Thank you xxx. “

On Instagram she continued: “Each of you so caring, careful and very reassuring.

“We must never stop appreciating our amazing NHS. There when you need them in bucket loads. “

Friends and followers are rushing to offer support

Among those who gave Deborah words of encouragement and support was Kelly Hoppen of This Morning.

She asked, “Oh, what happened?”

Deborah’s tweeted response wasn’t clear – and she later told MP Jess Phillips that her pain relievers were “strong”.

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However, it appears that Deborah tried mounted her horse without a mounting block when the accident happened.

One fan said, “Oh no, I hope you are fine.”

Another wrote, “I hope you are well, Deborah!” While a third added, “Oh no! I wish you a speedy recovery. “

Theo Paphitis, co-star of Dragons’ Den, was also among the well-wishers.

He wrote: “A speedy recovery to you, Deborah. You look like you’re in safe hands! “

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Deborah Meaden greeted the NHS (Photo credit: SplashNews.com)

Deborah closes online critic

However, Deborah also chose to respond to a social media user who asked how she “got her procedure done so quickly”.

Deborah patiently explained the concept of A&E to them: “Because it was A and E and an emergency.

“The NHS doesn’t leave people with broken limbs. I was in the same line as everyone else. After all, we are all human. “

Get well soon, Deborah! ED asked a representative for Deborah for comment.

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