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Nursing negligence not "superceding" cause of death. Case in point: Dent v. Perkins 629 So. 2d 1354--LA (1993).

Tammelleo AD.

Regan Rep Nurs Law. 1994 Apr;34(11):4. No abstract available.

PMID:
8184094
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RN removed FHR monitor to make room: $3.8 million verdict. CASE ON POINT: Long v. Wader, 2007 ALSC 1041887--08/31/07) So.2d-AL.

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Nurs Law Regan Rep. 2008 Jan;48(8):2. No abstract available.

PMID:
18330376
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"Implementing doctor's orders" is no defense. Case in point: Bremner v. Charles 859 P. 2d 1148--OR (1993).

Tammelleo AD.

Regan Rep Nurs Law. 1993 Dec;34(7):4. No abstract available.

PMID:
8303033
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Surgeon not liable for CRNA: no "borrowed servant". Case in point: Harris V. Miller 438 S. E. 2d 731 NC (1994).

Tammelleo AD.

Regan Rep Nurs Law. 1994 Mar;34(10):2. No abstract available.

PMID:
8184088
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May you delay implementing Dr.'s orders? Case in point: Koeniguer v. Eckrich (422 N.W. 2d 600--SD (1988)).

Tammelleo AD.

Regan Rep Nurs Law. 1988 Jul;29(2):2. No abstract available.

PMID:
3406422
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When nurses should blow the whistle.

Tammelleo AD.

Regan Rep Nurs Law. 1987 Apr;27(11):1. No abstract available.

PMID:
3647528
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