Nursing home resident was permitted to fall on numerous occasions over a five month period, resulting in fractures of her ribs, spine, pelvis, and left
Resident was admitted to a nursing home under the care of its medical director. Within one week of his admission, the resident had fallen six
Resident was admitted to the nursing home without any pressure ulcers. Within several months thereafter, she was permitted to develop a stage IV ulcer to
Nursing home resident was to receive Lortab 5/500 every six hours for pain and 10 mg of morphine every four hours for pain not relieved
The resident was identified as a high fall risk on admission to the nursing home. He was, by order, to wear hip pads at all
An 87-year old assisted living resident fell and sustained hip and elbow fractures while walking from her bed to the bathroom. The resident was documented
73-year-old nursing home resident developed several stage IV pressure ulcers in the seventh month of her residency at the nursing home. She died approximately three
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