If you’re facing a serious case, it may compromise your career and a Texas nurse attorney could provide you the best help. If you have any valid reasons, you may refer to a nurse attorney to provide further defense against your case.
This is what an LVN in Mount Pleasant failed to do when she was faced with a serious case.
On or about September 22, 2017, the LVN failed to call the Rapid Response Team and notify the physician when a patient had significant changes in blood pressure. Her conduct deprived the physician of the opportunity to institute timely medical interventions to stabilize the patient and may have contributed to the patient’s demise.
Subsequently, the LVN failed to assess and document the assessment of a patient when he was found without a pulse or respirations. Her conduct was likely to injure the patient from the undetected progression of clinical complications and created an incomplete medical record.
During the trial, The LVN states she manually checked blood pressure when the aide documented patient’s reading of 86/37and she considered the 90’s/60’s as a normal finding for the sedated, sleepy patient. She also states that she was told in a report that the patient came from hospice with a Do Not Resuscitate (DNR) so she did not initiate cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR).
The Texas Board of Nursing subjected the LVN and her license into disciplinary action. The assistance of a nurse attorney could have helped the case become better for the LVN.
She lost the case simply because she failed to find an effective and efficient nurse attorney.
Avoid committing the same mistake she did. Find the right nurse attorney in Texas to help you with your needs. Contact nurse attorney Yong J. An directly by calling or texting him at (832) 428-5679 for a discreet consultation.