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Georgia Man Receives Medical Malpractice Verdict

A 47-year old disabled man who suffered from chronic pancreatitis and diabetes was admitted to hospital in 2005 for complications with his pancreatic diseases. He was given IV anti-nausea and Demerol in his right wrist at 6:30 pm. By 3 am the IV site was swollen and painful. The needle was taken out 45 minutes later.
Nine hours after he had been admitted his doctor came to check on him and found out that the drugs had leaked into his tissues. The doctor elevated the hand, but the pain didn’t stop. Later that same day, the man was taken to another medical center where an orthopedic surgeon operated on his wrist, but could not save his right thumb.

The patient was in hospital for 24 days and had numerous other surgeries to save his hand. He contacted a personal injury lawyer with experience in medical malpractice issues to help him recover pain and suffering as well as the costs of his treatments and surgeries. His attorney filed the case, naming the hospital and five nurses in the suit and stated they had allowed the drugs to infiltrate the tissue surrounding the IV needle.

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