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Confidential settlement over elderly woman’s death

The death of an elderly woman at a nursing home was allegedly contributed to by severe pressure ulcers which became septic. The woman’s daughter claims that staff at the nursing home did not move the woman frequently enough to prevent pressure sores. The case was settled before trial for an undisclosed amount.

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About: Confidential settlement over elderly woman’s death

Date: September 2004

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

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