The case involved an alleged failure by an emergency medicine physician and physician’s assistant to diagnose and treat critical arterial ischemia in a patient’s legs. Despite being discharged in stable condition, the patient returned a week later, requiring a partial leg amputation. The Defense argued that the PA’s examination and treatment were appropriate and that the patient could not have had arterial issues at the time of the previous discharge. The court agreed ruling in favor of the physician and PA, and dismissed the case.

Great job, Brennan!