In 25th of October, 1995 middle of the night Janette Morinio has started feeling very bad, she was screaming really hard out of the pain she was feeling. Her neighbors have heard her scream then called the emergency ambulance to come get her. She was immediately sent to the Emergency Center, at that time she was pregnant for about 8months.
The case I will be concentrating on is Tomcik vs. Ohio Dep’t of Rehabilitation and Correction in which Tomcik was imprisoned under the custody of Department of Rehabilitation and correction, based on the Legal and Ethical Issues for Health Professionals book. The problem stimulated from continuous negligence from nurses and doctors at the department, which initially was when Tomcik received a physical evaluation, included the breast examination by Dr. Evans who stated that the examination was cursory and lasted only a few seconds, which means that not much attention was presented regarding the patient and his job. The next day Tomcik noticed a lump as being about the size of a pea in her right breast, however it was not reported by Dr. Evans.
At Kaweah Delta Family medicine center, we can implement some of the interventions discussed earlier to reduce our no show rate. One of the first interventions includes sending patients preferred reminder modality in their preferred languages. Young age is one of the independent predictor of high likelihood of missing an appointment 7. Using text message service in this technology friendly population can improve appointment adherence . A randomized control study found text messages modality equivalent but cost effective compared to telephone reminders.
My interviewee is a fifty-three-year-old, white female named Kat Smith. Kat is the mother of two daughters and has been married to her husband for twenty-five years. She is a stay at home mom and lives a comfortable middle class lifestyle. Kat was diagnosed with at age forty-nine with uterine fibroids that resulted in a total hysterectomy. Previously Kat had lived in extreme pain for over fifteen years, she expected that something was wrong, however, the doctors that were treating Kat did not order an ultrasound and attributed her pain to her menstrual cycle.
Jessica had a lot of gynecological problems during her 20s resulting in a hysterectomy at age 27. This type of problems happen when an individual is either physically or sexually abused. When asked client if she was sexually abused, but she
Due to her diabetes, her pancreas stopped producing insulin. Which was not acknowledged at her first trip to Taylorville Memorial Hospital. During the following weeks, my mother worked diligently to regain some of the deficits she lost from her stroke. I will not list her actual deficits, but she did suffer major losses. She was released from the hospital mid-September.
Charlene says a co-worker Tanya Gould filled out an incident report on the date of the incident because Tanya also had symptoms. Charlene’s first medical treatment was on December 1 with Dr. Ofstead who took her out of work for a “respiratory infection” which was the initial diagnosis. Charlene saw Dr. Ofstead a second time on December 7 when she was continued out of work due to her “asthma condition.” Charlene returned to work on December 14 but she was assigned to another area where they were also working on the ceiling tiles and after an hour and a half Charlene was unable to work.
A young girl had her tonsils removed and became very sick afterwards, the cause was her lingual artery was cut during her tonsillectomy. She stated “My mom called the ENT office and the doctor on call (not the person who performed the surgery and not the person who suctioned out my throat) said that I had to go to the hospital so he could cauterize my throat. When my mom was on the phone, I passed out again. I truly believed that I was going to die. “ Later she explains that her way of staying hopeful, throughout her debacle, was to be optimistic from this quote ”Those words have stuck with me since the surgery.
`At Seattle Children’s Hospital, Kimberly Hiatt had been a cardiac critical care nurse for 24 years. On Setember 14, 2010, she accidently gave an already sick 8-month old baby 1.4 grams of calcium chloride instead of the prescribed 140 milligrams. She immediately realized what had happened and stated “Oh my god, I have given too much calcium”. This was only the medical mistake she had ever made. A few days later, the baby died.
When questioned about alternatives such as reaching out to her prescriber, the patient said, " Oh, I can 't stand that man. He went on vacation for 6 days and stop my refill. The pharmacy was kind to give two pills and had to complained to the Director at the center about him and the Director had my Rx Scripts refill. " The patient is planning seek a different mental health provider due to conflicts with her prescriber. In addition, the patient was advise about her Sertraline is currently expired.
This is for documentation as to reason why my daughter Cadence Lookabill has had so many unexcused absenses. Cadence has struggled with chronic allergies for years and with those allergies she has a lot of mucus which causes vomiting and diarrhea. I have taken her to the doctor for these issues and they just send her home saying there is nothing they can do, so I didn’t take her on those days. If she had strep throat or any other illness I did. Cadence was given notes for the dates in question, she did not get the notes to the appropriate person and after she failed to give them those notes she threw them away.
"I chatted with a Doctor once for around two hours and attempted to pass on to him my fears that I felt come overpowering savage driving forces. After one session I never saw the Doctor again and from that point forward I have been battling my mental turmoil alone and apparently without any result. " He then laid out his preparation to slaughter Kathy after he lifted her up from work that night despite the fact that he admits that he is not certain why he is going to do it other than to spare her from the shame of what he was anticipating doing. Whitman then confessed to executing his mom who as he would like to think never happy in life just like her due. He additionally requested a post-mortem after his death to check whether he had any physical issue that could have added to his issues.
“I went to the hospital for overdosing and trying to kill myself the night before mom got diagnosed. My girlfriend, well ex-girlfriend, broke up with me and you already know about the whole gang thing. Because mom and dad probably already told you that part. When they arrived at the hospital, they told me that I could either stop or leave. So I chose to leave” “Well, are you still doing the pills?’
YPP/AWOL: The patient missed group yesterday as she reports that she had overslept and was unable to dose. The patient AWOL twice in a week and signed a AWOL notice as the patient is aware about the risk factor of missing a dose which can lead to a relapse. The patient admits about relapsing and used heroin by IV- 5 bags. The patient reports that because she missed her dose twice, she began experiencing withdrawals such as sweats and cramps.