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  • Deciding how long to wait for those who faint

    I’ve never had a farmer pass out on me in nearly 15 years of practice. I’ve heard them complain, leave the room, gag and retch, but they’ve always remained on their feet during even the most disgusting procedures. That is, until a few...
  • Jurors in Conrad Murray Trial Shown Video on Propofol Use

    Jurors in Conrad Murray Trial Shown Video on Propofol Use
    LOS ANGELES (KTLA) -- After a long delay, testimony resumed Wednesday in the involuntary manslaughter trial against Michael Jackson's personal physician, Dr. Conrad Murray. Dr. Steven Shafter, who is likely the prosecution's last witness, took the...
  • Expert: Murray Gave Jackson 40 Times More Sedative Than He Told Police

    Expert: Murray Gave Jackson 40 Times More Sedative Than He Told Police
    LOS ANGELES (KTLA) -- Dr. Conrad Murray probably gave Michael Jackson 40 times more of the surgical anesthetic than he admitted to police, a leading expert on the drug testified Thursday. Dr. Steven Shafter was the last witness called before the...
  • Last Defense Witness Called in Trial of Michael Jackson's Doctor

    Last Defense Witness Called in Trial of Michael Jackson's Doctor
    LOS ANGELES (KTLA) -- Round two of the battle of the propofol experts started Thursday afternoon in the trial of Michael Jackson's doctor as the defense anesthesiology expert began his testimony. When Dr. Paul White continues his testimony Friday, and he...
  • Closing Arguments Set for Thursday in Conrad Murray Trial

    Closing Arguments Set for Thursday in Conrad Murray Trial
    LOS ANGELES, Calif. -- The jury in the Conrad Murray trial is in recess until Thursday, when closing arguments are set to begin. Murray is accused of involuntary manslaughter in the death of pop star Michael Jackson in June 2009. On Tuesday, Murray ended...
  • Independent Commission Finds Problems at Carlisle Regional Medical Center

    Independent Commission Finds Problems at Carlisle Regional Medical Center
    A review by the Joint Commission found several problems at Carlisle Regional Medical Center.  The Commission gathers information about accredited medical centers through direct observations by employees and other interviews.  This comes after an...
  • More Girlfriends Testify in Conrad Murray Trial

    More Girlfriends Testify in Conrad Murray Trial
    LOS ANGELES (KTLA) -- More former girlfriends are expected to testify Tuesday in the manslaughter trial against Dr. Conrad Murray, including one who claims she was on the phone with the physician when Michael Jackson stopped breathing. At the preliminary...
  • Health department proposes abortion regulations

    In response to a botched abortion last year that led to a semiconscious teenager being transported to a hospital in the back of a Chevy Malibu, the state health department has proposed the first regulations on Maryland's nearly 20-year-old abortion law....
  • Conrad Murray Trial Enters 'CSI' Phase

    Conrad Murray Trial Enters 'CSI' Phase
    LOS ANGELES, Calif. (KTLA) -- The involuntary manslaughter trial against Michael Jackson's doctor, Conrad Murray, was entering its "CSI" phase Wednesday with police and coroner's investigators expected to take the stand. Medical supply sales...
  • Murray's Defense Team Attacks Crime Scene Investigator's Work

    Murray's Defense Team Attacks Crime Scene Investigator's Work
    LOS ANGELES, Calif. (KTLA) -- Prosecutors presented evidence Thursday that Michael Jackson's fingerprints were not on syringes or drug vials taken from the pop star's house following his death, seemingly discrediting defense arguments that Jackson gave...
  • Family of woman who died after a medical error joins hospital's safety panel

    Family of woman who died after a medical error joins hospital's safety panel
    Michelle Malizzo Ballog was nervous as hospital staff wheeled her into surgery to replace a temporary stent in her liver. In a procedure two weeks earlier, also at University of Illinois Medical Center at Chicago, she had awakened too early from the...