Woman alleges negligence: $4.3 million settlement

Bachman, Radha V.; Rosenblatt, Lynn
July 2009
Healthcare Risk Management;Jul2009 Legal Review & Comm, p1
The article reports that a 37-year-old woman sued the hospital after suffering from intestinal death due to an abdominal aortic thrombus.


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