Why was David Coleman so sure that there could be no mistake in Mrs Alexander`s blood test? David Coleman was so sure that there could be no mistake in Mrs Alexander`s blood test because he himself had ordered to do an indirect Coombs test after the tests in saline and high protein. The point was that in this lab they were using just the saline and high protein methods and as Doctor Coleman found it out he signed the requisition for Coombs serum. He knew that sometimes a few positive cases would get recorded as negative without an indirect Coombs test. So, Doctor Coleman thought that his order had been carried out and when he heard Dornberg`s hesitations about the results he harried to assure him that the test results couldn`t be wrong. But Doctor Coleman didn`t know the most unfortunate thing – the test was done just in saline and high protein because Dr. Pearson said that Coombs serum is unnecessary and ordered Bannister to tear Coleman`s requisition up. Coleman couldn`t believe it at once but as he understood everything he quickly concentrated and began to make efforts to save the baby whom this medical error may cost life. Why was Dr. Dornberg so bitter about the case?
When Doctor Dornberg found out that the results of the test could be wrong because of the Pearson`s medical error as the test was done just in saline and high protein because Dr. Pearson said that Coombs serum is unnecessary and ordered Bannister to tear Coleman`s requisition up, he began to make swift decisions because they had no time and an exchange transfusion was to be done as quickly as possible. After everything was arranged and he was deep in his thought. Of course, Charles Dornberg had had patient die but always he had fought for their lives. He could tell himself truthfully that his standarts were high and everytime he made his best to save patient`s life but in this case his patient might die because of the worst kind of medical negligence ['neglɪʤən(t)s] and incompetence and what...
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