Discusses the Court to Recognizing of on the Civil Error
According to the so-called suitable causal relation, is refers according to the law of experience principle, the comprehensive behavior at that time existence all facts, for objective afterwards examined, thought in the general situation, had this environment, has this behavior the identical condition, had the identical result, then this condition namely for had the result the suitable condition, the behavior and the result namely had quite the causal relation. The physician as the accused in this case took it into consideration that the patient A had taken anticoagulant and it could lead serious consequences like continuing to bleed, if he removed the double lumen catheter. Therefore, he commended the nursing staff to simple the Abscess on the both sides of the wounds in order to culture Bacteria, to clean the wound, to change dressings and to give antibiotic in order to prevent form infections, instead of removing the catheter. All the physician did, didn’t obey any medical norms. The medical treatments of the other physicians like D, F and G to the hospitalized A had furthermore no fault and no corresponded relation with the A’s death. As the result, D, F and G didn’t have any responsibility for it. Moreover, the Hospital L had no non-performance of obligation and therefore had no joint responsibility for it.