After 9 months in a medical facility, my father died from chrohns disease, fistula, and pancreatitis. He was diagnosed with chrohn's disease in August 2011 and given medicine. He was admitted for gallstones in May 2012 and they removed his gallbladder. 3 weeks later, he was diagnosed with pancreatitis and a pseudocyst in June 2012 and he was told to stay home for 4 weeks to let it pass. After 2 weeks, with severe pain, he was admitted July 7th for pancreatitis and a pseudocyst. The hospital must not have asked "what are your current medications" because they did not treat chrohns disease while treating pancreatitis and gallstones. In February 2013, they finally diagnosed AGAIN and treated his chrohn's disease with a steroid. Do I have negligence?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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