Among all of the terrific presentations, posters and discussions that I had the pleasure to attend in Chicago on March 21 and 22, I just can’t stop thinking about my experiences of Friday morning.
Recently, I analyzed a series of 60 cases (2009-2012) from 22 states that I have been asked to review. Thirty-eight of these resulted in death and 14 resulted in serious disability. Only eight had no discernable serious harm. Here are some remarkable findings.