James D. Leo, M.D. in California is a medical expert in the fields of critical care and internal medicine with experience as an expert witness, involving case review, deposition and trial testimony

6475 E. Pacific Coast Hwy, #575, Long Beach, CA 90803
Phone: 562-594-4500   |   Fax: 562-493-3456
Email: jleomd@alum.mit.edu

Medical Expert Witness, James D. Leo

Service provided: Medical Expert Witness - Defense and Plaintiff

Areas of Expertise:

  • Critical Care Medicine (the field of medicine involving patients with life and/or limb threatening illness or injury, generally requiring hospitalization in an Intensive Care Unit)
    • ICU management of patients with surgical disease
    • Trauma
    • Neurosurgical
    • General Surgical
    • Obstetric
    • Vascular surgical, etc.
    • ICU management of patients with non-surgical critical illness, including life-threatening infectious and septic shock
    • pulmonary
    • cardiovascular
    • gastrointestinal
    • renal
    • neurologic
    • multi-system organ dysfunction, etc.
  • Internal Medicine (the field of medicine involving the diagnosis and treatment of non-surgical adult disease, as well as preventive medicine for adults)
    • Hypertension and hyperlipidemia
    • Diabetes and other endocrine disorders
    • Cardiovascular disease
    • Pulmonary disease
    • Gastrointestinal disease
    • Infectious disorders
    • Stroke and brain injury medical management
    • Inpatient and outpatient practice
    • Hospital Malpractice
    • Standards of care for physician (including hospitalist), nursing, and ancillary provider practice for hospitals, including the ICU, regular floor, rehabilitation, and Skilled Nursing Facility patients.
    • Hospital Policies & Procedures
    • Joint Commission and regulatory requirements
    • Healthcare-Acquired Infections
    • Hospital-Associated Conditions including Pressure Ulcers
  • Urgent Care
    • Diagnosis and management of acute and emergent problems presenting to urgent care centers
  • Standard of Care
  • Causation (including causation-in-fact and forseeability)
  • Medical Damages
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