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9 million settlement for man who suffered a brain injury at hospital

A man was admitted to hospital for an aortic aneurysm. He underwent surgery which went well but 8 days later there were complications when an attempt was made to replace his intubation tube. He was denied oxygen for 12 minutes while doctors tried to re-intubate. The man was left profoundly brain injured. The case was settled for $9 million before trial.

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About: 9 million settlement for man who suffered a brain injury at hospital

Date: September 2004

URL: http://www.momedicallaw.com/archives/pdf/mlrmo/mlrmo200409.pdf Source Missouri Medical Law Report

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