Question Answered step-by-step Susan Parker was being cared for on a busy medical unit at CommunityHospital following a motor vehicle accident. She sustained multiple bruises and was being evaluated for back injury. She was placed in pelvic skin traction and had orders for Demerol 50mg IM every four(4) hours PRN for pain. On the day of admission she received two doses of Demerol and her chart notes that Ms. Parker repeatedly removed her traction. The unit was busy and two different nurses medicated Ms. Parker with the IM injection, 3 1/2 hours apart. Neither nurse documented the site used.Ms. Parker is now claiming that she received both injections on the same side that day, and has a permanent limp as a result of this improper IM injection technique. She claims that she can no longer do her job as a mail carrier as a result of this injury.Assess whether this case fits the criteria for malpractice. (8 points)Yes or no, should Ms. Parker win this malpractice case? (2 points)Why or why not? (5 points) Health Science Science Nursing NUR 250 Share QuestionEmailCopy link Comments (0)
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