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Lawsuit follows womanís death after back surgery

A medical malpractice suit has been brought against the Ocean Springs Hospital after the victimís husband alleged that hospital negligence caused his wifeís death. The manís wife was in hospital for elective back surgery. It was alleged that she received narcotics following the surgery but was not monitored closely which resulted in brain damage caused by oxygen deprivation. The man was suing for wrongful death.

Source: summary of medical news story as reported by The Sun Herald

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About: Lawsuit follows womanís death after back surgery

Date: 24 November 2004

Source: The Sun Herald

Author: Shane Scara

URL: http://www.sunherald.com/mld/thesunherald/news/local/10259010.htm

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