Michigan licensing board rules for dentist in complaint about sedation
from Detroit Free Press
Michigan healthcare regulators did not substantiate allegations that a Troy pediatric dentist over-sedated a 6-year-old Royal Oak boy and sent him home unresponsive. Rebekah Adler, the mother who filed the case against Dr. Jian-Fu Zhu, got a letter with the decision from the allegations section of the Michigan Department of Licensing & Regulatory Affairs. The letter said "violations could not be established," Adler said. The file will be closed, but the records in the case will be saved for five years before being destroyed, the letter said. Zhu's Roseville attorney, Linda Farnen, called the state's action "a vindication of his treatment."
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