Essentials 2011

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3 thoughts on “Essentials 2011

  1. Re: Case 6. Fascinating case (as are all the others). I wonder what a good EMR system (many leave much to be desired) would have done. Would the differential diagnosis have come up? It is interesting how many “errors” were made by the ER physicians and the case was still won by them.

    FW

  2. I think case one is a good example how a person’s prior history can sometimes lead to “diagnosis momentum”, a narrowed differential, and a decreased likelihood to “think worst first”. I think this is what may have influenced the physician to omit many of the questions mentioned in patient safety issue number one. Also, I think this case demonstrates some of the flaws of our legal system. The extra time, money and stress that was placed on the people involved over the judges poor choice of words seems like quite an error.

  3. All the cases are astonishing but i agree with Frank. Seems like case 6 has something more than the other ones
    Best regards

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