Dallas nurses facing cases they never committed or wish to deny should hire a Dallas nurse attorney to strengthen their defense. Professional help can provide a better form of defense against the Texas Board of Nursing as an RN or LVN faces an accusation of any criminal charge they wish to deny. This is just one of the many cases the RN from Dallas should have known had she only hired a nurse attorney to help her.
On or about October 5, 2001, while employed as a Staff RN in a medical facility in Dallas, the RN failed to follow the prescribed feeding protocol for a patient. The patient’s conduct exposed the patient unnecessarily to a risk of experiencing a fluid/electrolyte imbalance, dehydration and/or an increased pulse rate.
In addition, the RN failed to document the intravenous infusions of the patient for the entire shift. Her conduct was likely to deprive other caregivers of accurate information on which to base their healthcare decisions.
On or about May 21, 2002, the RN fed an incorrect formula to a patient. Her conduct exposed the patient unnecessarily to a risk of experiencing nausea, vomiting and/or abdominal cramping.
On or about November 7, 2002, the RN failed to follow the prescribed feeding protocol and to decrease the intravenous fluid rate, as ordered by the physician, for a patient. Her conduct exposed the patient unnecessarily to a risk of experiencing a fluid/electrolyte imbalance, an increased pulse rate, cyanosis and/or circulatory failure.
She also failed to document the twenty-four (24) hour output for the patient. Her conduct was likely to deprive other caregivers of accurate information on which to base their healthcare decisions.
On or about November 27, 2002, while employed as a Staff RN in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit with Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas, Dallas, Texas, Respondent incorrectly transcribed the physician’s orders for Phenylephrine eye drops for Patient Medical Record Number 1088564. Respondent’s conduct exposed the patient unnecessarily to a delay in treatment. Since the Phenylephrine, a dilating agent, was not administered as ordered, the pediatric ophthalmologist was not able to examine the patient’s eyes, as the eyes were not dilated
Her conduct was likely to injure the patient in that failure to administer medications as
The RN was given the chance to defend against her case and present herself to the Board. But because she failed to hire an effective Dallas nurse attorney to defend her, the Board of Nursing placed her under disciplinary action but without any suspension whatsoever. Hiring the right nurse attorney for this case would be of great help, more so if she has the proper defense to her case.
If you’re having trouble against cases that you were accused of doing, and you deny those facts, then seek the help of Nurse Attorney Yong J. An. To get started with a private consultation, you may contact him at (832) 428-5679.