Miller v. Dow: Medical Legal Visualization
This medical legal visualization is intended for plaintiff use in the case of Miller v. Dow. Susan Miller et. al. argued that fetal electrode monitoring, a procedure which was missing from the delivery of her son Jordan Miller, would have indicated fetal distress and thus prevented Jordan from suffering from hypoxic ischemia and ultimately cerebral palsy.
This visualization is intended to be used within the Canadian courtroom, and demonstrates the importance of fetal electrode monitoring in accurately detecting fetal distress by elucidating the relationship between fetal heart rate, fetal oxygen supply and intrauterine pressure and emphasizes the simplicity of the monitoring and the need for it during Susan Miller’s labour.
Client: Dr. Leila Lax
Collaborator: Annie Tseng
Media: Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator