Some common factors that contribute to nursing home deaths include:
Neglect and Substandard Care:
Malnutrition and Dehydration:
Falls and Injuries:
Underlying Health Conditions:
It’s important to note that these factors can often intersect, and a single case of nursing home death may involve multiple contributing factors. Additionally, each case is unique, and the circumstances surrounding nursing home deaths should be thoroughly investigated to determine the specific causes and potential instances of negligence.
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