During her teens and early 20s, Kara Snyder was a healthy young woman who was in control of her Type I diabetes. In August 2002, she underwent what was supposed to be a routine surgery to have her wisdom teeth removed, and many difficulties arose from there. She developed a dry socket from the surgery, and was admitted to a hospital in northern Ohio for dehydration and vomiting that accompanied a spike in her blood sugar levels. While there, Mrs. Snyder suffered the effects of an infiltrated IV in her hand.
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