Murray's 17 Egregious Violations for the standard of care for Propofol:
1. Lack of basic, emergency airway equipment.
2. Lack of MORE ADVANCED, emergency airway equipment.
3. Lack of suction apparatus.
4. Lack of infusion pump.
5. Lack of pulse oximetry.
6. Lack of/failure to use blood pressure cuff.
7. Lack of electrocardiogram.
8. Lack of capnography.
9. Failure to maintain patient-doctor relationship.
10. Failure to continuously monitor the mental status of the patient.
11. Failure to continuously monitor the breathing of the patient.
12. Failure to monitor blood pressure, pulse oximetry, and heart activity.
13. Failure to call 911 immediately.(YES, he waited almost TWO hours before he finally decided to call 911, claiming he couldn't find a home, yet was using the phone to talk to his instrument.)
14. Failure to document and chart onset of procedure.
15. Failure to gain consent for administration of Propofol.
16. Failure to document throughout treatment.
17. Failure to disclose to responding paramedics and ER doctors at UCLA the use of Propofol.