The 8th prohibited abortion, not treatment that woud unintentionally put the foetus at risk - principle of double-effect.The family have also complained that she was initially told that a scan was not possible because she was pregnant. If risk to the foetus took priority over her health, then that's likely to be down to the 8th, whether or not she was told that explicitly.
You're also getting all sorts of facts wrong, not just gynaecological matters - and always, always, in the service of your pro 8th agenda. It's gone and it's never coming back.
Anyway, shouldn't your ignorance of gynaecological matters lead you to query your own assumptions? Instead of which you post as though you had made some discovery that everyone else had missed. And always, again, trying to find some way to cling to the notion that the 8th was grand really, just badly applied or something.