Iowa mandating nurses

12-Sep-2019 04:21

Rogers negligently failed to preoperatively ascertain whether patient had cholinesterase deficiency that would make it more difficult for him to recover from anesthetic than normal patients.Patient left unattended for lengthy periods of time in recovery, suffered hypoxic ischemic brain damage.Following emergency cesarean section delivery, infant was delivered in a profoundly depressed and asphyxiated condition resulting in severe cerebral palsy and mental retardation.The Hospital argued that at the time the decision was made to allow patient to go to the bathroom, the fetal heart tones were normal and baby was well oxygenated.Oligohydramnios is both an identifier and risk factor for fetal compromise.As a consequence of delay in delivery, the minor Plaintiff suffered meconium aspiration syndrome and significant cognitive impairment.Outpatient obstetrical resident negligently approved patient request to go to bathroom necessitating position change and discontinuation of fetal monitoring.During eleven minute period when fetal monitor was off, cord compression occurred, resulting in severe hypoxic ischemic injury.

The male twin later victimized by sodium overdose resulting in stroke and mild cerebral palsy.

Plaintiff, a 21 year old college student presented to a level III perinatal center at 37 weeks gestation complaining of pain across her stomach, headache and visual disturbance.

An evaluation revealed that she was suffering from preeclampsia and her baby experienced intrauterine fetal death.

,000,000.00 Lugo Verdict on behalf of Milwaukee family whose daughter was brain damaged from birthing complications at a community health center funded by the federal government.

Claim was brought under the federal tort claims act.

The male twin later victimized by sodium overdose resulting in stroke and mild cerebral palsy.

Plaintiff, a 21 year old college student presented to a level III perinatal center at 37 weeks gestation complaining of pain across her stomach, headache and visual disturbance.

An evaluation revealed that she was suffering from preeclampsia and her baby experienced intrauterine fetal death.

,000,000.00 Lugo Verdict on behalf of Milwaukee family whose daughter was brain damaged from birthing complications at a community health center funded by the federal government.

Claim was brought under the federal tort claims act.

Mother, pregnant with twins at 30 weeks presented to Mc Claren Regional Medical Center for outpatient carpal tunnel surgery. Following brief period of monitoring, nurse spoke with attending obstetrician and decision was made to discharge mother.