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Which identifies the appropriate/concerned characters?
1. Because we know nothing about local conditions, we could not
determine how effectively the committee has allocated funds to areas
that most needed assistance.
Our lack of knowledge about local conditions precluded determination of committee action effectiveness in fund allocation to those areas that most needed attention.
A patient whose reactions go unmonitored may also claim physician
liability. In this case, a patient took Cloromax as prescribed, which
resulted in partial renal failure. The manufacturer's literature
indicated that the patient should be observed frequently and should
immediately report any sign of inflection. Evidence indicated that the
patient had not received instructions to report any sign of urinary
blockage. Moreover the patient had no white cell count taken until
after he developed blockage.
If a physician does not monitor his patient's reaction, he may be held liable. In this case, the physician prescribed Cloromax, which caused the patient to experience partial renal failure. The physician had been cautioned by the manufacturer's literature that he should observe the patient frequently and instruct the patient to report any sign of inflection. Evidence indicates that the physician also failed to instruct the patient to report any sign of urinary blockage. Moreover, he failed to take any white cell count until after the patient developed the blockage.