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July 24th, 2012, 10:45 AM
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Do you think the hospital is at fault for what happened to her?

(It's long sorry) To make a long story short. The couple went into the hospital to have their baby, mom checked out fine when she went in. She had the epidural and there were problems. After baby was born she had a bad headache, developed a high fever, and ultimatly found out she had menegitis. The hospital says she came in with a staph infection, and her husband claims that she got it when they put the epidural in the first time.

A routine epidural turns deadly - Dateline NBC - NBCNews.com
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