NEWBORN'S UNTREATED RESPIRATORY CONDITION CAUSED BRAIN DAMAGE, SUIT SAYS Shepherd v. Providence Health & Servs. | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

NEWBORN'S UNTREATED RESPIRATORY CONDITION CAUSED BRAIN DAMAGE, SUIT SAYS Shepherd v. Providence Health & Servs. | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

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NEWBORN'S UNTREATED RESPIRATORY CONDITION CAUSED BRAIN DAMAGE, SUIT SAYS

Shepherd v. Providence Health & Servs.

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A family physician's failure to recognize that a newborn had a serious breathing problem caused the baby to suffer severe brain damage from oxygen deprivation, according to a $9.9 million Oregon state court lawsuit filed on the infant's behalf....
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