CASE VIGNETTE - 4.
Tyler shook his head. "No, Bill. Look, I'm sorry. I shouldn't have said it that way. It was what Mrs. Waxman was saying."
Andrews flipped open Waxman's chart to his last office visit. "See, Jack. That's all I was giving him. Only new drug was the antidepressant."
"OK..." said Tyler. "Wouldn't be likely to be causing his asystoles. I'll call and tell them to go ahead with the pacemaker, if I can use your phone."
The only drugs in Waxman's system were reasonable levels
of those prescribed by Andrews and their metabolites.
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