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

6511 E. Pacific Coast Hwy, Suite B, 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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