deathpenaltyinfo.org/node/2264

Lethal injection was adopted as a means of execution because it seemed more ... in capital punishment and about the response of the medical profession to ... in all 38 states and has accounted for 83% of executions since 1976.4 Georgia law ... after questions were raised about the competence of the physician who had ...

www.jstor.org/stable/20069609

drugs in 1982, it was the first time that a prison medical staff was utilized to carry out ... of these cases.6 To date, all executions in 2002 have been by lethal injection.7 ... and then supervised the technicians who administered the injection. 14 The .... Part III traces the evolution of capital punishment in the United States from a ...

archive.fortune.com/2009/08/18/news/economy/las_vegas_medical_mafia.fortune/index.htm

Aug 19, 2009 ... Las Vegas' medical mafia: Prosecutors say a group of top lawyers and ... told that she'd have to pay all her treatment costs upfront, since a ... could be a plaintiffs lawyer, a doctor, or a hospital) is then paid from the settlement. .... Other people at the party, though, thought he was a brain surgeon or a lawyer.

journals.lww.com/co-anesthesiology/Abstract/2007/04000/Physician_participation_in_lethal_injection.11.aspx

Purpose of review Lethal injection has come under fire as less than the peaceful ... nor other execution personnel assess depth of anesthesia prior to injection of the ... The evolution of capital punishment is in part a history of attempts to find the most ... After all, although there were no medical uses for the guillotine or electric ...

www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2779964

As the medical profession has been brought under the provisions of the ... or an accident is not proof of negligence on the part of a medical professional and that ... An expert doctor was called but intubation was found difficult and the patient died ... 2 days after surgery held that the operation involved extremely high risk, all ...

sc.judiciary.gov.ph/jurisprudence/2006/december2006/142625.htm

Dec 19, 2006 ... Dr. Uy then called up Dr. Estrada to notify him of her findings. .... On the part of nurse Dumlao, there is no showing that when she administered ... time to do all of these things, and not a delay as the plaintiffs would want the Court to believe. ... Rosa Uy as a resident physician of Capitol Medical Center , had ...

time.com/magazine/us/4623396/january-16th-2017-vol-189-no-3-u-s

Jan 5, 2017 ... Such off-label use of Botox, like that of any FDA-approved drug, is legal in ... Medical School who studies botulinum toxins in the lab and has no financial ties to Allergan. ... A injections–mostly from Botox but also from another brand called ... that's how Botox ended up being approved for wrinkles, after all.

www.dir.ca.gov/dwc/educonf14/CaseLaw/SignificantReportedDecisions.doc

The Court of Appeal reversed holding that plaintiff was hirer's employee under ..... Joe K. Herrera had been sole proprietor of a courier service business called VIP ..... had ceased to be at maximum medical improvement after October 14, 2002. ..... from defendant for epidural injections as part of 1997 award of future medical  ...

www.nytimes.com/2006/01/26/fashion/thursdaystyles/injecting-silicone-and-risk.html

Jan 26, 2006 ... All of these problems had been caused by injections of liquid silicone, one ... was finally approved for medical use in 1997: to hold detached retinas in place. ... Then in 1997 the agency approved a purified form of liquid silicone called ... Doctors use the so-called "microdroplet technique," which calls for only ...