Medical Malpractice -Persistent Vegetative State

A woman in her late twenties was taken by ambulance to an emergency room with symptoms of headaches, weakness, confusion, and dizziness (classic signs of a stroke). The hospital performed a brain CT that ruled out a hemorrhagic stroke but not an ischemic stroke. She was not timely treated for ischemic stroke resulting in a persistent vegetative state.

November 05, 2016