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Father of man who committed suicide fails in medical malpractice case

A 29 year old man was admitted to hospital after suffering a psychotic episode. He was treated for acute psychosis caused by an anticholinergic drug reaction. He was monitored for several hours and then released. 14 hours later he committed suicide. His father sued the hospital for medical malpractice but failed.

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About: Father of man who committed suicide fails in medical malpractice case

Date: September 2004

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

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