respiratory
COPD

Man’s death after missed pulmonary embolism serves as a warning


The death of a man from a missed pulmonary embolism serves as a cautionary tale for junior doctors to “look at the bigger clinical picture” when diagnosing patients with respiratory conditions, a coroner says. A Victorian coronial inquest heard that James Pickup presented to Angliss Hospital, Melbourne, on 26 October, 2015, with a history of ...

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