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Medication change and lack of monitoring result in permanent brain damage

A 24 year old woman was awarded 2.5 million pounds when she suffered brain damage. The woman had successfully undergone surgery to remove a brain tumour and had a great prognosis. During her recovery, her medication was changed and she increasingly suffered epileptic fits. A 3 hour delay to arrive at ICU after one particular fit let to irreversible brain damage.

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About: Medication change and lack of monitoring result in permanent brain damage

Date: 3 Nov 2003

Source: BBC News UK Edition

URL: http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/wales/3238301.stm

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