This reminds me of what happened to ME in the hospital last year. I will keep this short (very short). I had a syncope (fainted), went to ER to get checked out. BG was 199. Not D related. Advised to stay overnight for observation. I agreed.
Moved to a 1 bed room (upgraded??) = NO WITNESSES! Next morning 2 RNs came in. One gave me Zofran for nausea (I did not have). The other nurse asked if she could give me my insulin, (8:06am), I said “yes”.
She then started giving me my insulin thru my IV-port. I lapsed into a COMA immediately. Only my hearing lingered for a time. Here I was unable to, move, speak or react, but she boasted to the other nurse, how she got me to agree to let her KILL ME!
Less that 4hr later per log entry the same nurse gave me another shot of Lantus insulin.
Then about 3 more hrs and they did a EEG confirming I was in a COMA. The horsepital claimed they did NOT put me in a COMA, & never did the EEG, Even tho it started at 1451, and “discontinued” at 1458.
How do you discontinue something you did not do/start.
MIRACLE, I suddenly came out of the coma about 3:30+ the next morning. 2 caregivers were leaving my room, said they did another injection (of what??) and when they reached my room doorway, one of them announced, “He’s a DEAD MAN” & they LOL w/someone in the hall.
They had disconnected me from the vitals monitor, so they did not know I had recovered from the coma. My room was dark, NOTHING was on.
I filed a case against them, but the judge dismissed it Sua Sponte, claiming it was a delusion, implausible and more. The hospital made thing a living HELL 4 me.
I had to seek doctors, OUT OF TOWN to get treatment, and even then they poisoned the Drs with FALSE info, the likes unbelievable! The hospital went so far as to claim I did NOT have Addison’s (new AI issue to my list), even though the same hospital tested me for Addison’s & was “POSITIVE for Addison’s” Go figure.
At least my diabetes is back in control, so is for my Addison’s (can raise hell w/BGs), MS ? New brain issues on recent MRI (managing so far) & more.
Thing are tougher, but I manage…