Mom was presented as a high-risk patient due to preeclampsia, obesity, and excessively frequent and strong contractions. The medical staff failed to monitor the mom and baby. The doctors administered Pitocin to induce delivery despite the baby being tachycardic. The baby did not progress down the birth canal and suffered severe shoulder dystocia. Baby Baby was born severely depressed via a C-Section, which should have been performed earlier. The baby was sent to the NICU for hypothermic treatment and placed on a ventilator. the baby was noted to suffer seizures and was later diagnosed with hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy.