Hard Not Life China, the pit bull, has gone into labor, but she looks nothing like Esch’s mother looked when she was giving birth to Esch's youngest sibling, Junior. Mama had given birth to all four children right there in the house. Esch was only eight at the time so she was of no help to her mother, but Mama had told everyone that she did not need any help. Daddy said that Esch and her two older brothers, Randall and Skeetah, had been easy births, but Junior’s birth was hard. He came into the world purple and blue, and Mama did not want to go to the hospital.
CASE BRIEF Case Name: Ermoian v. Desert Hospital Citation: 152 Cal. App. 4th 475 Facts: * Desert Hospital provides CPSP to women who are uninsured * Contracted with a corporation controlled by Dr. Gubin, who employed Dr. Ogata * Jackie Shahan went to the hospital’s emergency room for cramping * She was refused entry into the clinic because she was pregnant, even though she would enter throughout her pregnancy * On May 15, Shahan’s baby was born with brain abnormalities that left her mentally retarded and unable to care for herself * Her conditions could not have been prevented, treated, or cured in utero. * Sued, claiming that they did not inform her mother of the abnormalities Procedure: The court ruled in favor of the defendant. Issue: Did the physicians working at the clinic have apparent authority to act for the hospital?
The twins, Jodie and Mary, are connected at the pelvis; Mary is unhealthy and would die if separated from her sister. However, the procedure would save the life of Jodie. The girls' parents opposed this medical separation and are unhappy with the British courts and doctors' . The author states “there is not justification for deliberately destroying innocent life” The parents of Mary and Jodie should have the right to do what they think is the best for their children. Although no actual studies were done, the hospital said that if the twins continued to be connected that there was an 80 to 90 percent chance Jodie could not survive more than a few months if she continued to support the weak heart and lungs of Mary, whose brain is underdeveloped.
Eva Mae was a young seventeen-year-old girl when Antwone was born and placed in foster care. She made several visits to see Antwone in the beginning but then never made any other attempts to visit him. Because Eddie did not know that Eva Mae was pregnant, he did not share that information with his family. Eddie’s family were strict Catholics, but were a close family. Eddie’s father was a Doctor and worked two jobs.
She became pregnant and decided to give her daughter up for adoption. “I just couldn’t care for a child when I was 17 and I don’t think that a lot of people can. My parents just were not supportive when I went through that.” She has stated. Soon after all of this happened Roseanne was involved in a very severe car accident. Her skull was broken and she was rushed to the hospital.
This woman needed immediate attention which she did not receive on her first try paging them. As forty-five minutes past to find herself having fallen on the floor after attempting her own assistance. The woman had fractured her hip in the fall and required hip surgery. To sum it all up the woman had longer stayed her visit to the hospital and had to go to a nursing home in the end the family sued the hospital. This leads to the lack of communication and if the nurse was paged the first time this probable would not have happened.
This is very difficult and impossible for a normal person to comprehend how a mother could possible do the things that Casey Anthony is accused of. The whole nation finds it impossible to reconcile that a parent could even consider harming their child and then try to cover it up. Here is a mother, whose child was missing and she didn’t even report it to the police. Instead of contacting her parents and calling the police, she was out parting, out with different guys and getting tattoos. Almost a month after Caylee was last seen alive; it was the grandparents who reported Caylee missing.