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January 2013 Archives

Hospital negligence involving insulin pen reuse initiates probe

Hospitals are designed to be a place of healing. The last thing that a patient thinks about when walking into the doors of one is whether they are going to contract a deadly virus or disease. Yet patients in New York may feel a little differently after hearing about a case of hospital negligence that happened in Buffalo.

Emergency room error delays cancer diagnosis for Brooklyn mother

Anytime you walk into a hospital's emergency department in New York City, you can expect to see waiting rooms filled with people. Sometimes their ailments are simple ones, such the flu or an infection that can be easily taken care of with antibiotics. Others may have more severe health problems such as chest pain, equilibrium issues or injuries needing to be treated. Emergency room doctors often try to quickly diagnose a patient and send him or her on their way so that they can see the next one. However this can lead to fatal errors as one woman learned.

Nursing home neglect a problem in for-profit care centers

When elderly New York City residents are no longer able to care for themselves, the decision is often made to put them into a private nursing home. However, families of these people may want to carefully consider all of their options. Some nursing homes that are set up as for-profit organizations have been found to focus more on making money than on providing quality care for their residents and patients, leading to a rising number of lawsuits.

Death of boy in Queens could spur new hospital regulations

When an emergency room makes a mistake in diagnosing a patient's problem, serious repercussions can occur such as severe illness and death. Many times, emergency room mistakes can be avoided if physicians and staff take a serious look at the patient's symptoms. It is furthermore the responsibility of the hospital to contact the patient's family if a misdiagnosis is discovered. This, unfortunately, did not occur in the case of a young boy who died in Queens last year.

Lawsuit claims Brooklyn facility fails to care for patients

Growing older facilitates many changes for the human body. The bones begin to creak, arthritis can set in and the memory may start to fade. This can be frustrating for the person experiencing these changes and make it hard for family and friends to witness. Sometimes family members -- or an elderly person himself or herself -- make the decision to move into a care facility. Other times, it is the courts who decide, declaring the person mentally incompetent, thereby making them a ward of the court.

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