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August 2013 Archives

Surgeons put fecal bacteria in patients' brains without approval

Medical professionals in New York and all throughout the nation are obligated to follow hospital protocol and provide their patients with the best standard of care possible. When they deviate from those standards, such as performing surgeries without the proper approvals, injury and death can ensue and a medical malpractice case may be sought.

Elder advocacy group fails New York nursing home facilities

When an individual is no longer able to properly care for themselves, their family may decide that putting them in a nursing care facility is the best way to ensure that the elderly individual receives the medical assistance and supervision that they need. Unfortunately, oftentimes residents of a nursing home are not treated with respect and are even abused.

Improved cancer labeling may stop aggressive treatments

A cancer diagnosis is devastating. It is frequently known as the silent killer, and the implications of such a diagnosis quite often lead patients to the belief that the sickness will likely be life-threatening without treatment. However, an article published in the Journal of the American Medical Association indicates that the term "cancer" has been misunderstood and misused for far too long.

Advanced equipment doesn't eliminate surgical errors, study shows

In many ways, technology has become a beacon of hope in the medical field. Medical equipment advances now lead to quicker and more accurate diagnoses. Tackling an illness before it becomes untreatable can give New York patients the time needed to fight their sicknesses and recover. Furthermore, technological developments aid surgeons in the operating room by allowing them to perform complicated and risky surgeries that require smaller incisions. As a result, a patient's recovery time is greatly reduced.  

Prescription errors occur daily, study says

Emergency rooms and New York hospitals are quite frequently overloaded, leaving the doctors, nurses and other hospital personnel understaffed and overworked. The long shifts that are required, combined with the general rigors of the industry, can wear on individuals and cause them to make medical errors.

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