This Illinois case involves a baby who suffered brain injury during his birth. Robert Morales Jr. came into the world in 2001, induced by an injection of Pitocin. Unfortunately, this drug has some nasty side effects, with the major ones being the baby’s heart rate and oxygen levels are reduced.
Apparently, (and the birth trauma medical malpractice case alleged that) the medical professionals failed to notice the baby was in distress and he suffered anoxia and subsequent brain trauma. He was flown to another hospital with a higher level of care, as the first hospital didn’t have the skills to care for critically injured babies with brain injuries. Baby Morales was in hospital for a month. He will require constant care for the rest of his life.
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