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Inability to obtain appropriate clinical management for animal envenomation

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Animal envenomation - Inability to obtain appropriate clinical management for animal envenomation Factor

Last reviewed for CCPS 23 November 1999.

Investigative Documents

Medical Report - Inability to Obtain Appropriate Clinical Management - [GQACM]

Preliminary questions [18365]

18380

there is some evidence that an inability to obtain appropriate clinical management for animal envenomation may be a factor in the worsening of the effects of animal envenomation.

18368 the animal envenomation occurred after the end of the veteran's last period of VEA service.

18369

the effects of the veteran's animal envenomation permanently worsened.

18381

the veteran was unable to obtain appropriate clinical management for animal envenomation at some time.

18382 the inability to obtain appropriate clinical management for animal envenomation contributed to the clinical worsening of the effects of animal envenomation.

18384the veteran has established the causal connection between the inability to obtain appropriate clinical management for animal envenomation and VEA service for the clinical worsening of animal envenomation.

18385the veteran has established the causal connection between the inability to obtain appropriate clinical management for animal envenomation and operational service for the clinical worsening of animal envenomation.

or

18386the veteran has established the causal connection between the inability to obtain appropriate clinical management for animal envenomation and eligible service for the clinical worsening of animal envenomation.

Clinical worsening and operational service [18385]

18387

the veteran was unable to obtain appropriate clinical management for animal envenomation, which contributed to the clinical worsening of the effects of animal envenomation, during operational service.

27404

the veteran was unable to obtain appropriate clinical management for animal envenomation, which contributed to the clinical worsening of the effects of animal envenomation during operational service, as a causal result of operational service duties.

18389

the veteran's inability to obtain appropriate clinical management for animal envenomation during operational service was due to the veteran's serious default, wilful act or serious breach of discipline.

or

18390

the veteran was unable to obtain appropriate clinical management for animal envenomation, which contributed to the clinical worsening of the effects of animal envenomation, because of an illness or injury which is identifiable.

18391the identified illness or injury that prevented the veteran from obtaining appropriate clinical management for animal envenomation is causally related to operational service.

18392

the animal envenomation occurred prior to that part of operational service to which the identified illness or injury that prevented the veteran from obtaining appropriate clinical management of animal envenomation is causally related.

Clinical worsening and eligible service [18386]

18393

the veteran was unable to obtain appropriate clinical management for animal envenomation, which contributed to the clinical worsening of the effects of animal envenomation, during eligible service.

18394

the veteran was unable to obtain appropriate clinical management for animal envenomation, which contributed to the clinical worsening of the effects of animal envenomation, during eligible service, as a causal result of eligible service duties.

18395

the veteran's inability to obtain appropriate clinical management for animal envenomation during eligible service was due to the veteran's serious default, wilful act or serious breach of discipline.

or

18390

the veteran was unable to obtain appropriate clinical management for animal envenomation, which contributed to the clinical worsening of the effects of animal envenomation, because of an illness or injury which is identifiable.

18396the identified illness or injury that prevented the veteran from obtaining appropriate clinical management for animal envenomation is causally related to eligible service.

18397

the animal envenomation occurred prior to that part of eligible service to which the identified illness or injury that prevented the veteran from obtaining appropriate clinical management of animal envenomation is causally related.