A transplant patient died after a surgeon failed to disclose he had spilt stomach contents on organs which went on to be used in NHS operations.
The 36-year-old died of an aneurysm caused directly by infection from a donated liver, while two other patients became ill from transplants.
The incident took place in 2015 but only came to light when one of the sick patients attended a hospital in Wales.
It had involved a surgeon from Oxford University NHS Foundation Trust.
The trust has agreed damages of £215,000 for one of the cases.
Several organs became infected with Candida albicans, a fungal infection, after the surgeon cut the stomach in a donor while retrieving organs, spilling the contents over other organs.
The surgeon did not tell anyone