The Sutton Council has said that the Kane Gorny's death was due to the neglect by the medical staff at the hospital in the UK.
It was earlier ruled that a "cascade" of medical failures resulted in the death of a patient at St George's hospital in London.
Kane Gorny, 22 died in the St George's hospital in Tooting, south London due to dehydration because he was not given medication to him retain fluids by staff at the hospital. The supermarket employee, from Balham, south London, was suffering from diabetes insipidus but the staff was unaware of his condition.
The condition had caused him to be aggressive towards eh medical staff. The staff faced his aggressive behavior a day earlier and said he had a "fixation" with water. He called the police claiming he has been assaulted by security guards. When the police arrived he asked them if he looked thirsty and wanted them to examine his tongue. The police officers left because he was unhurt.
Deputy coroner Dr Shirley Radcliffe said that in the inquest that the errors included no monitoring of Mr Gorny's fluid after his operation, failure to administer essential medication and a lack of understanding by doctors about his medical needs.