Medical malpractice can happen to anyone, even the mother of a nursing expert witness. Barbara Levin is a registered nurse and expert witness who is employed as an orthopedic clinical scholar providing care to patients as a staff nurse in a major hospital in Boston. Barbara is also an author and an editor of books related to medical records and nursing malpractice as well as legal nurse consulting.
She is joining our program to talk about medical malpractice from two perspectives: as the daughter of a woman, Charlotte, who was affected by a medical error and as a registered nurse who is involved in day-to-day care in taking care of patients in the hospital.
Listen in as Pat Iyer chats about these points:
- What caused Charlotte to seek out a surgeon
- What really happened to to Charlotte during and after surgery
- What occurred when the physician failed to manage Charlotte’s anticoagulation
- How Charlotte’s blood levels became extremely low
- The medical malpractice that happened to Charlotte after surgery and her final wishes
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Pat Iyer prepared this edition of Iyer’s Insights. Pat has heard thousands of medical malpractice stories. She created a highly successful legal nurse consulting business in 1989.
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