A Boston lawyer said Monday he is working on a settlement with the staffing agency that sent a traveling hospital technician to New Hampshire’s Exeter Hospital, where he is accused of stealing drugs infecting patients with hepatitis C.
As expected, a federal judge has postponed the trial of a New Hampshire hospital worker accused of infecting patients with hepatitis C through tainted syringes.
David Kwiatkowski says he’s not guilty. But if convicted, the medical technician who allegedly infected dozens of people with Hepatitis C could face decades in prison.
An infection scandal exposed the lack of regulation for fill-in medical technicians in Maryland. There’s now a call for action after thousands of patients were exposed to a life-threatening virus.
A former lab tech is accused of exposing hundreds of hospital patients in Maryland to Hepatitis C and now we’re learning the dangers may have started years earlier than investigators first thought.
A New Hampshire attorney says a client contracted hepatitis C from a traveling hospital worker two years earlier than has been previously alleged he began spreading the disease.
The case of a medical technologist suspected of infecting patients with Hepatitis C could boost momentum for federal legislation requiring medical imaging and radiation therapy workers to meet standards before their employers receive Medicare reimbursements.
Federal prosecutors want more time to prepare their New Hampshire case against a traveling medical technician accused of infecting patients with hepatitis C.
Health officials across the country are scrambling to identify and test thousands of patients who may have been exposed to hepatitis C from a traveling medical technician facing criminal charges in New Hampshire.
An outbreak of hepatitis C in New Hampshire is now linked to a medical technician who once worked at several Maryland hospitals. At least 30 people in New Hampshire have contracted the virus.