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WILLIAM HUSEL MD, FOUND NOT GUILTY
Dr. William Husel was accused of ordering excessive painkillers for 14 patients in the Columbus-area Mount Carmel Health System. He was indicted in cases involving at least 500 micrograms of the powerful painkiller fentanyl.
Prosecutors said ordering such dosages for a nonsurgical situation indicated an intent to end lives. Husel had pleaded not guilty to 14 counts of murder, with his attorneys saying he was providing comfort care for dying patients, not trying to kill them.
MARK IBSEN MD EVALUATION
Prosecutors presented their case against the doctor beginning Feb. 22 and put on 53 prosecution witnesses before resting on March 29. Those witnesses included medical experts, Mount Carmel employees, investigators, and family members of all 14 patients.
By contrast, defense lawyers called just a single witness – a Georgia anesthesiologist – to testify that Husel’s patients died from their medical conditions and not Husel’s actions. The defense rested on March 31 after one day.
ON TRIAL DAY 2 DIRECT EXAMINATION OF PHARMACIST TALON SCHROYER
ON THE 2ND DAY CROSS OF PHARMACIST TALON SCHROYER WHO EXCEEDED HIS AUTHORITY
NOTE: PHARMACIST ADMITS KETAMINE WAS NOT IN PIXES MEDICATION PORTAL
ON THE 4TH DAY DIRECT EXAMINATION OF DR. WEST EILY FROM VANDERBILT UNIVERSITY BY THE PROSECUTION
NOTE: The RASS Score System is useful but has not been FDA approved
“The Richmond Agitation-Sedation Scale (RASS)28,29 was developed by a multidisciplinary team at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond. It is a 10-point scale that can be rated briefly using 3 clearly defined steps and that has discrete criteria for levels of sedation and agitation. A unique feature of the RASS is that it uses the duration of eye contact following verbal stimulation as the principal means of titrating sedation.
Hence, this scale’s validation could be linked to both arousal and content of thought—the 2 components of consciousness.30 We determined that the duration of eye contact could be easily measured with minimal training, allowing reproducibility and increased acceptability of the instrument by bedside physicians, nurses, and researchers alike.
The RASS has been demonstrated to have excellent interrater reliability in a broad range of adult medical and surgical ICU patients and to have excellent validity when compared with a visual analogue scale and selected sedation scales.29“
THE 5TH DAY CROSS-EXAMINATION OF DR. WEST EILY, VANDERBILT UNIVERSITY
During closing arguments on April 11, David Zeyen, an assistant Franklin County prosecutor, told jurors that regardless of how close a patient is to death, it’s illegal to speed up the process.
Husel attorney Jose Baez said prosecutors hadn’t produced “a shred of evidence” to back up their claims.
Mount Carmel has reached settlements totaling more than $16.7 million over the deaths of at least 17 patients, with more lawsuits pending.”
HUSEL WAS FOUND NOT GUILTY
June 12, 2015, 6:42 pm ET
WHEN TREATING PAIN BRINGS A CRIMINAL INDICTMENT: wall street journal
” Federal drug-enforcement officials have made it a serious felony for doctors to overprescribe painkillers or, as the applicable law states, to prescribe controlled substances “other than for a legitimate medical purpose and in the usual course of professional practice.” But the line between legitimate and illegitimate prescription—as drawn by the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) and the Justice Department—is far from clear. This puts physicians in great legal jeopardy and too often leaves their patients to suffer needless agony.
Last month a federal jury in Boston acquitted pain-relief specialist Dr. Joseph Zolo t and his nurse-practitioner Lisa Pliner of overprescribing oxycodone, methadone, and fentanyl. This prosecution shows why drug warriors need either to clarify the currently indecipherable line between treating pain and unlawfully feeding drug addicts’ habits or get out of the business of policing and terrorizing physicians. Unfortunately, the government uses legal ambiguity for tactical advantage and will not readily clarify the lines it expects doctors to follow at their peril.”
Mr. Silverglate, a Boston criminal-defense, and civil-liberties litigator is the author of “Three Felonies a Day: How the Feds Target the Innocent” (Encounter, second edition 2011).
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