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The first documented assessment of the patient in the ED revealed a temperature of 97.9 degrees; pulse 53; respirations 20; blood pressure 147/77 mm Hg; oxygen saturation 97%.
A 42-year-old woman came to see her obstetrician-gynecologist (Ob-Gyn A) on January 10 with abnormal uterine bleeding and abdominal and pelvic pain. She had been a patient of Ob-Gyn A for nine years.
A 35-year-old woman went to an obstetrics/gynecology practice for confirmation of pregnancy and prenatal care. She had a history of three prior pregnancies, with two ending in miscarriage.
Failure to properly interpret BRCA test results; Law requires Texas physicians to query PMP before prescribing opioids and other drugs
A summary of ob/gyn surgery claims data from the MPL Association Data Sharing Project.
A 42-year-old woman was receiving care from Ob-gyn A for her third pregnancy.
A 40-year-old woman came to her ob-gyn for a well-woman visit. The patient requested breast cancer susceptibility gene (BRCA) testing.
A 32-year-old woman came to her ob-gyn to begin prenatal care. An ultrasound estimated her delivery date to be August 26.
A 28-year-old pregnant woman came to an obstetrics clinic for prenatal care. Routine labs and sonogram were performed.
Failure to recognize symptoms of ureteral injury; Guidelines for the release of medical records
A 45-year-old woman came to her ob-gyn reporting heavy bleeding and pelvic pain.
A 34-year-old woman came to an ob-gyn for prenatal care on May 25. This was the patient’s fifth pregnancy.
A 24-year-old pregnant woman began prenatal care with her OB-GYN physician at approximately 24 weeks into her pregnancy.
Failure to respond to shoulder dystocia during delivery; Law enforcement exceptions to HIPAA
Failure to respond to shoulder dystocia during delivery; Online reputation management for physicians
Failure to discontinue medication; TMLT adds employment practices liability coverage to all policies
Failure to properly perform surgery; Introducing Trust Rewards; TMLT adds cyber liability coverage to all policies; Medefense coverage enhanced
Failure to treat Group B strep; Highlighting HIPAA and HITECH — changes enacted to privacy rules
Failure to appropriately clear patient for surgery; Gadolinium, renal failure, and NSF: a potentially dangerous combination
Failure to diagnose fetomaternal hemorrhage; TMLT continues fight to maintain medical liability reform