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    • ER drs fail to admit patient that hospital radiologist said needed treatment

      Miliano v. Danbury Hospital (Waterbury Super Court – filed May 27, 2014) Young mother repeatedly returns to the Danbury Hospital emergency room where she is discharged despite doctors’ knowledge that she has an abnormal CT Scan.  The scan revealed that a potentially dangerous condition could be impacting her brain, as noted by a radiologist, but those warnings were ignored.  She returned to the hospital pleading for help—actually stating that she thought she was having a stroke.  By the time the doctors finally admitted her to the hospital it was too late.  The window of opportunity to administer TPA, a stroke MORE

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