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Putting a Patient in Too Deep Sleep

A 42-year-old female underwent an emergency gallbladder surgery. The surgical aspect of the procedure went well, but the anesthesiologist was unable to awaken the patient in the post-operative recovery room. The patient remained in a coma for two weeks, during which time a brain injury resulted. The husband of the patient was informed that a… Read More »

Determining Liability in a Malpractice Case With Multiple Defendants

Suffering from shortness of breath and chest pain, a 50-year-old male sought medical treatment at a cardiology medical practice. The man was treated by two physicians because one was on call and had to report to the hospital.  Both physicians diagnosed the patient with acid reflux and instructed him to take an antacid once a… Read More »

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