I don't think it was ok not to inform the patient what was happening.
I understand fully the infections she had could have been life threatening.
And I am the one that gave the example of a Jehovah's Witness owned hospital and blood transfusions.
that this Court:
assert jurisdiction over this matter;
negligent acts and/or omi
ssions caused Plaintiff
declare that Defendants’ negligent acts were willful, wanton, grossly negligent
2.) as soon as one mentions "left" or "right" and groups them all together the argument cant be taken seriously
also your subjective opinion about what the left thinks is acceptable doesnt change the fact of the statement i previously made.
The standard care is inducing labor when the amniotic fluid is that low because of the possibility of an infection setting in.
According to that link she was running a fever the second time came in and the doctor treating her thought she might have an infection. It turns out according to that link that tests after the delivery showed she had 2 infections, that could have caused her harm.
And I stated the standard care of inducing labor was based on the info in the complaint.
As has been noted there may have been other medical reasons why the standard care was not used.
I will be closely following this lawsuit.