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- Internal Medicine
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- No malpractice history found for Texas.
- No sanctions history found for the years that Healthgrades collects data.
- Other (6/4/2010)
- Action Taken: Agreed Order with Terms and Conditions
Dr. Robert Lee Stroud; License # E2888
Nature of Complaint:
In December 2007, the patient went to see the physician with complaints of severe pain in her fourth and fifth toes, which extended to the dorsum of her foot, which the physician diagnosed as likely secondary to gout. The physician ordered a uric acid level, prescribed a ten day trial of indomethacin, and instructed the patient to return for follow up in ten days. When the patient returned seventeen days later, the physician prescribed Allopurinol. The physician conservatively prescribed a low, 100mg dose of Allopurinol. The patient started taking the medication a couple months later, most likely due to increased pain. The patient returned in April 2008 with complaints of: fatigue, dyspnea, and exertion, light headedness and halo vision, anorexia, and nausea. When the patient returned for follow up on May 8, 2008, the physician discussed the patients’ most recent lab findings and discontinued the Allopurinol. On May 9, 2008, the physician admitted the patient to the hospital with anemia and ordered additional labs and transfusions. The patient quickly improved and was discharged the next day. After May 9, 2008, the patient declined to seek further medical treatment by the physician and did not share any further confidential medical information with him. Months later, the physician learned the patient had subsequently sought treatment in Dallas. Records are unavailable from that facility to determine the course of her medical treatment there, but the patient’s family member reported that she did on July 17, 2008.
The Texas Medical Board Orders that the physician shall be subject, but not limited to, the following terms and conditions:
- The physician shall successfully complete courses in the subject areas of physician prescribing, and physician-patient communication, within one year from the date of the entry of this Order.
- The physician shall comply with all the provisions of the Act and other statutes regulating his practice.
- The physician shall fully cooperate with the Board and the Board staff.
- The physician shall be permitted to supervise and delegate prescriptive authority to physician assistants and advanced practice nurses and to supervise surgical assistants.
- This Order shall automatically terminate upon the physician’s submission of sufficient evidence that he successfully completed the requirement listed above, in number one.
- State: Texas
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