Michael Jackson's death could be related to medical malpractice
As days passed, rumors came to the surface that Michael Jackson's cardiac arrest was caused by medical doctors who were providing his pain medicine at his home. When he died, Michael Jackson had a cocktail of anti-depressant and mood drugs in his system as well as a level of the anesthetic propofol typical of a patient undergoing major surgery. The very potent drug, also known as Diprivan, is administered intravenously as a general anesthetic used to sedate patients for surgery and is only available to medical personnel. This drug is only used as an anesthetic agent for surgery. It works very quickly, usually in 30 seconds, to knock out a patient.
This drug sounds as scary as another strong pain medication/anesthetic, Fentanyl. There have been several cases of death following unsupervised Fentanyl use in the recent news.
Celebrities often receive treatment in their homes that most people can only recieve in hospitals or other medical facilities. This horrible trajedy proves that anyone can be a victim of medical malpractice.