SCENARIO: One patient, at term in her first pregnancy, was fully dilated just an hour after being admitted and gave birth 25 minutes later. Another arrived suffering from uterine hyperstimulation—when contractions come too frequently or last too long, a serious complication of being induced. As a result, her baby’s heart rate was slowing ominously, and the staff had to deliver it via emergency C-section. But the patients all said they hadn’t been induced, and their charts showed no indication of induction, either. A month later, another of doctor patients arrived at the hospital from his clinic, again on a Saturday and again in rapid labour. This time, a nurse performed a vaginal exam on the woman and found the remnants of a little white pill. There was no mention of it on her chart. Whatever this pill was, it had been given to that doctor’s patient without her knowledge or consent, and it had sent her into a violent labour. she lodged a formal complaint against him with the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario, the governing body meant to regulate the province’s doctors.
Identify the regulatory college for Dr. Shuen’s practice. Review the regulatory colleges findings, provide a summary of their report. All Regulatory Colleges will have similar standards that would apply to this situation. Identify your regulatory college, identify the standards at your college that would apply to this situation. If this had been brought to your attention how would you have addressed the situation.
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#. The regulatory college for Dr. Shuens practice is the Ontario College of Trades .
#. The findings of the regulatory college is that Dr. Shuen was involved in a misconduct which was a wilful malicious act done intentionally to gain more profit by making pregnant women undergo emergency C-section .
#. Regulatory standards :
A comparison benchmark that is mandated by a governing agency and, if not complied with, may cause a facility to be in violation and liable for legal penalty
#. If this was brought to my attention ,I would have addressed this situation by cancelling the licensure of the physician as he was putting the life of the two humans in danger to gain more profit and would also impose non bailable charge on him for lifetime imprisonment.
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