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March 2018 Archives

How can I get my teen to stop driving while distracted?

Driving is a rite of passage and source of independence and freedom for teens. It is also a responsibility that is not to be taken lightly. If you have a teenage driver, you may understandably have concerns about his or her safety behind the wheel. Distractions are a big problem on the roadways, especially for juvenile motorists. 

Factors that increase the chances of a birth injury occurring

For many expecting parents in New York, the thought of bringing home a new baby from the hospital is surrounded with feelings of happiness, excitement and love. However, they may also feel some anxiety, especially if they are first-time parents. While birth injuries are often able to be corrected, it is still important for parents to understand which factors heighten their child's chance of suffering a birth injury so they can do their best to avoid putting their baby at risk. 

Surgeon's negligence results in severe injuries, man left in coma

For many people in New York who are preparing to receive a surgical operation, the importance of planning ahead and following their doctor's orders is critical to make sure the operation is efficient and successful. In these situations, patients rely heavily on their doctor to provide professional medical care and to make decisions that are in their best interest. Surgeons who fail to recognize the critical nature of his or her job could end up losing their patients' trust, and in serious cases, compromise their patients' health and well-being. 

Can your preparation for surgery protect your safety?

Finding out that you need surgery is never exciting news, and your anxiety may triple when you have to work with a doctor in New York who you are not familiar with. While most doctors go to extensive efforts to prioritize their patients' safety, there is always a margin for error. Fortunately, with your commitment to actively preparing for your surgery, you may be able to put yourself in a better position to stay safe and avoid becoming the victim of a surgical injury. 

A closer look at what may follow should dystocia during birth

When you are about to begin pushing and your doctor mentions the word dystocia, you may feel a whirlwind of emotions wondering if your baby will be able to make it out okay. While this occurrence is relatively common in many births, if your doctor does things incorrectly, rushed or irrationally, you or your baby could be at risk of injury. At Futterman, Sirotkin & Seinfeld, LLP, we understand the risks that pregnant mothers in New York face that could potentially threaten their newborn's life. 

What is patient dumping and how is it harmful?

Quality healthcare has been a volatile topic of debate in the United States for several years. Despite the arguments about affordable health coverage, Americans in New York and elsewhere expect a high quality of service when they visit hospitals and medical centers. You are within your rights to expect to be treated with dignity and to have your medical issue taken care of, regardless of your ability to pay when you go to the hospital.

Safety procedures required after infants were hurt at a hospital

When women give birth in New York hospitals, they expect that the staff will take good care of their infants. A recent case in Wisconsin demonstrates how important it is to have proper procedures in place to protect infants while they are at the hospital.

Do you know when to get a second opinion?

One of the most confusing times in your life might happen when you receive a new medical diagnosis. Making medical decisions is not always easy, especially when you must choose between treatment options. As much as you may trust your doctor in New York City, do you really want to rely on their professional opinion alone to determine the outcome of your situation? Or would you be better off getting a second opinion? 

2 common emergency room care errors to avoid

Many people in the New York City area go to emergency rooms when they suffer serious and potentially life-threatening injuries and ailments that require immediate medical attention. It is a common expectation that emergency room nurses and doctors will provide the proper scope of treatment. The unfortunate reality of emergency rooms is they are often overcrowded and understaffed. Because of these factors and more, emergency room mistakes happen that in some cases lead to death. 

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