Ida Donaway, 86, was admitted to the Woodview nursing home; she had been living there for four months. At the time of her admission, she suffered from speech issues and left hemiparesis or partial paralysis.
While a resident at this facility, she developed a Stage IV sacral pressure ulcer that required two surgical debridements.
Donaway later developed another pressure ulcer on her heel and was then transferred to another nursing home following a hospitalization. Unfortunately, she died three months later and was survived by her two daughters.