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Girl Brain Dead after Tonsillectomy

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Family attorney Christopher Dolan called the procedure was "a success."

"She is doing very well and getting the treatment she should have gotten 28 days ago," Dolan said in a text message. "Doctors are optimistic that her condition has stabilized and that her health is improving from when she was taken from Children's Hospital Oakland."

I am so beyond words....

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It's awful, I would say deathwatch 2014, but since she has already been declared dead its " has the heart stopped yet" watch. Just waiting and watching for the announcement that it is over and she can rest in peace. I can't believe it's been allowed to drag on this long.

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I am so beyond words....
their definition and mine of the phrase " doing very well" differ quite a bit.

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OrganizedChaos has 10 years experience as a LVN and works as a LVN.

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I think the government entities of the coroner's office are irresponsible to let it go this far. They going to have a parade next?
Yes & they will take her across the US for people to see her.

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imintrouble has 16 years experience and works as a RN.

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We may never know if Jahi received a trach or PEG. Just reporting that she did, keeps a delusional public throwing money at the family. We may never know when her heart stops. Once it becomes public, the fund raising stops. Or at least slows.

Just when I've convinced myself I can't possibly see people behave in a more depraved way, I do.

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TheCommuter has 10 years experience as a BSN, RN and works as a Case Management RN.

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The whole dadgum family needs to be charged with abuse of a corpse. As well as anyone that has helped the family. The transport team they found. The person that supposedly inserted this trach and GT. EVERYONE.
Everyone, indeed . . . including the family's sleazebucket attorney. Mr. Dolan is the ring leader of this circus, IMHO. And I don't think he gives a rat's behind about the girl or her family. All he sees are dollar signs and future paydays...

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I wonder when this is going to turn into a very special episode of Law & Order SVU?

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SoldierNurse22 is a BSN and works as a L&D Nurse.

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The first paragraph makes me lol.

Agreed.

To sum up the family's lawyer's stance in a meme, if I may:

Now if only I could find a meme about loose change...about $30 million of loose change, per Jahi's dear Uncle...

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"She is doing very well and getting the treatment she should have gotten 28 days ago," Dolan said in a text message. "Doctors are optimistic that her condition has stabilized and that her health is improving from when she was taken from Children's Hospital Oakland."

Well I guess when it comes right down to it, you can't get much more "stable" than "dead" :facepalm:

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SoldierNurse22 is a BSN and works as a L&D Nurse.

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Well I guess when it comes right down to it, you can't get much more "stable" than "dead" :facepalm:

Back in my EMT days, we used to tell our instructor that asystole was a stable rhythm. We got to feel smart and our instructor had yet another good reason to roll her eyes at us. Win-win.

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