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Rare Malnutrition, Sepsis Cases Dog Hospital Group



A chain of 14 California hospitals has some explaining to do after state inspections find some facilities miscoded patient diagnoses or failed to adequately monitor central venous catheters for infections.



1 comments on "Rare Malnutrition, Sepsis Cases Dog Hospital Group"
Sandy Tsansman (5/17/2011 at 8:48 PM)

Is Cheryl Clark sleeping with Ted Mazer? How is Ted Mazer so extraordinarily qualified to comment on nearly all of her articles? Can she not find a specialist in the field to comment? isn't Mazer an ENT? How is he the best person to provide expert opinion on such a complex topic? Don't you need an infectious disease expert for septicemia and a nutritionist for the malnutrition issue? And what is the nature of his conflict of interest? Doesn't he work at a Prime owned hospital? Is he SO hungry to get in the paper that he'll comment on ANYTHING??? Cheryl, Do some homework. Ted, Get some patients.