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April 2016 Archives

Examining brain injuries sustained during delivery

Most in New York City may view the delivery process as a routine procedure given the many advances made in obstetrical medicine in recent years. Yet delivering a baby is still a delicate procedure during which any delays can pose life-threatening problems. Of the complications that can result from delays during delivery, one of the most traumatic may be a brain injury to the baby.

Lawsuit claims amputation due to doctor failing to spot infection

Severe medical problems may not always start off as readily apparent issues. Oftentimes, patients go into their local doctor's office in Queens simply looking to address a seemingly minor problem, only to later discover that they could be experiencing a serious medical concern. Preventing these concerns from causing significant damage may be possible, provided doctors are able to correctly diagnose the underlying causes. Any errors or miscalculations on their part may ultimately come back to haunt patients.

Understanding the problem of CLASBIs in New York hospitals

When receiving medical care, some patients in New York, and elsewhere, may require central catheters. Also known as central lines, these catheters are typically placed into large veins in the arm, chest, groin or neck. Much like the more common IV catheters, central lines are generally used to administer medications and fluids, as well as to draw blood. Unfortunately, some patients may develop central line-associated bloodstream infections if proper care is not taken when inserting and maintaining central catheters.

Medical errors related to prescription drugs

When people in New York think about medical malpractice, they often think about things like getting a wrong diagnosis or having a serious condition not even diagnosed at all. Other common examples that come to mind include having an object left inside a body after a surgery or a doctor not taking appropriate action during the labor and delivery of a patient. While these are some types of medical errors, other errors involving prescription medications may also result in serious injuries or even death to patients.

Antipsychotics used in patients despite risks

Nursing homes are responsible for providing patients with necessary medical care. One of the largest aspects of ensuring patients receive this care is the proper administration of medication. However, many nursing homes are going against medical authorities and continually dosing patients with unnecessary drugs in order to make them easier to handle.

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