Doctor's failure to monitor possible drug reaction leads to toxicity for child and $600,000 settlement

Delaney, Blake J.
July 2007
Healthcare Risk Management;Jul2007 Supplement, Vol. 29, p1
The article reports on a case wherein a pediatrician was sued for failure to monitor possible drug reaction that leads to toxicity for a 4-year-old boy.


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