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Fetal Distress Signs and Failure to Timely Perform a Cesarean Section

Litigation Packet: Document Details

Packet Name: Fetal Distress Signs and Failure to Timely Perform a Cesarean Section

Updated Date: 7/20/2016 | Created Date: 2/9/2006 | Number of Pages: 1238
Summary of Packet:
  • Case profile involving catastrophically injured infant where the physician failed to perform a timely C-section
  • Addresses screening birth injury cases, signs of fetal distress, fetal monitoring tracings and mistakes, ACOG defenses, and more 
  • Explores and details the lack of communication between treating physician and hospital staff
  • Includes complaint, opening statement, closing argument, depositions of plaintiff and defense experts, and verdict information
  • Contains AAJ Education speaker papers, Trial articles, and national guidelines on fetal distress, induction of labor, c-sections, and preeclampsia
    [Deposition summary accompanies each deposition transcript]
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