A Case of Need - Monday, Chapters 9 through 14 Summary & Analysis

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Monday, Chapters 9 through 14 Summary

John next visits Roger Whiting. Whiting goes through the details of what happened, including that there was no discharge that would have indicated miscarriage but explains that by the fact that she'd been bleeding for "a long time," and that her clothes were soaked. Whiting says he didn't have access to Karen's chart and didn't ask Mrs. Randall about Karen's allergies to drugs before administering penicillin, and that the drug is hospital policies in cases such as Karen's. Whiting says that he did discover that a full set of cranial x-rays had been taken, that the report indicated they were normal, and that he didn't know the reason for the x-rays but that Peter Randall - Karen's uncle and personal doctor - had ordered them.

John next goes to visit Karen's brother, William Harvey Shattuck Randall in his dorm...

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