Arrested after 36 patients died, Narendra Nagareddy had been held at his office following a raid from DEA agent. Around 12 of the 36 patients died from an overdose. Almost 40 federal and local agents raided his Jonesboro office as they seized even more assets at his home. As a psychiatrist of Jonesboro, Nagareddy has been over prescribing benzodiazepine and opiates for the last several years, which has led to multiple overdoses and deaths. People have come to Nagareddy for help, but instead of receiving help, they are met with deadly consequences.
Upon arrival Patricia is immediately assessed and states that she has failed to comply with her prescribed blood pressure medication, Labetalol 200mg BID. The paramedic reports a moderate amount of dark red vaginal bleeding, blood pressure 84/46, heart rate of 130, and respiratory rate of 26. The patient complains of severe abdominal pain rating it a 9/10. When the abdomen is palpated by the nurse there is localized uterine tenderness in the upper right quadrant and it is boardlike. Upon observation a large blood clot is seen on the patient’s pad.
On August 26, 1990 in Shepard, Alberta, Heavenfire killed her husband, Derrick John Falardeau, after being in an intoxicated altercation that evening. Before the death of Falardeau, both were seen at a bar, where they were asked to leave because of their fighting (Sheehy, 2014, p.129). A witness, Kathy Kennedy, saw Falardeau punch Heavenfire in the face repeatedly before driving away. A short time later, Heavenfire called 9-1-1 to report that she had shot Falardeau in the head (Sheehy, 2014, p.129). Heavenfire was charged with second-degree murder and went to trial to try and plea her case with a battered woman’s defense.
They found Monroe dead with an empty bottle of pills by her side. At 4:25 A.M the notified the Los Angeles PD. It was estimated that Monroe died between 8:30 and 10:30 P.M on August 5, 1962. A report later revealed that she died of acute barbiturate poisoning. This kind of poisoning can be from overdosing on the pills found next to her on the bed.
She was found by family friend, Max Lomas. He called for Nick Gordon to come administer CPR while he called 911. Bobbi Kristina was placed in a medically induced coma and she was diagnosed with irreversible brain damage. However, family and friends prayed for a miracle that she would become well again. The Houston family issued a statement to say that her condition has continued to deteriorate.
I arrested Owens for PC 594(a)(1)-Vandalism, PC 243(b)-Battery on a Police Officer and PC 242-Battery. Sergeant Peinado #6977 was advised and approved the arrest. Finkley began complaining of chest pain. Finkley told me that she had a heart attack about two years ago and the pain feels the same. Officer Armenariz telephoned and advised the Pasadena City Jail of Finkley’s complaint of chest pain.
In this passage, Mildred, Montag’s wife had overdosed on sleeping pills. Once he found her, he called for help. When the technicians arrived, they hooked her up to two machines, one to pump her stomach and the other machine replaces her contaminated blood with clean blood in order to bring her back to life. A paradox found in this passage is that Mildred is alive and dead at the same time. Bradbury uses descriptive details to show how this machine was almost life-like.
And Donna a resident of the town of hickley was a patient suffering from tumor. Erin spends various hours inspecting cases and after several hours she finds a connection between the community members from hinkley, CA and an organization by the name of Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E), who have a plant in hinkley. There were several health problems in hinkley, because of the hexavalent chromium included in the water. Erin persuades all the plaintiffs to sign along and fight against the PG&E corporation and actually PG&E lost and had to pay a settlement amount of $333 million that which are then to be evenly allotted to the plaintiffs. Ethical issues in the movie: The primary business moral
Girl, Interrupted is a movie that is meant to portray multiple different mental illnesses and how they affect a person’s life along with others. It portrays illnesses that affect mood, eating, and thought processes. At the beginning of the movie, Susanna tried to kill herself with Aspirin and Vodka, but claims she had a headache, and was rushed to the hospital. The therapist she met with 4 days after her incident referred her to Claymoore, a psychiatric hospital, to treat her depression. Right as Susanna moved in, she got cornered by Lisa, because Susanna took her best friends place in the room.
He was taken to hospital where he was given an antibiotic he was allergic to and more than 1 drip. He died of pneumonia but at the time of death his wounds were starting to heal. R v Smith: A solider was stabbed in the lungs and was taken to the hospital. On the way, he was dropped two times. He was given an artificial respiration which caused him death.