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What Can You Expect Regarding Prenatal Care over the Course of Your Pregnancy?

Pregnancy is a beautiful time in a woman's life, but it can also be incredibly stressful. From the moment you learn you are pregnant, you must stop eating all kinds of foods, and there are dozens of activities that you can no longer take part in because they could threaten the health of your baby.

Is Preeclampsia Preventable If You Receive Adequate Medical Care?

If you are pregnant or trying to become pregnant, you probably already know about the importance of regular prenatal visits with your obstetrician. As an expectant mother, it is up to you to schedule and attend regular doctor's appointments to ensure you remain healthy and the fetus is developing properly.

What Should You Do If Your Doctor Delayed or Failed to Perform a C-Section?

A Cesarean section is a fairly common delivery procedure that doctors perform when vaginal birth poses a serious risk to the mother and baby or when labor complications require a timely delivery. A seasoned obstetrician should be able to gauge when it is time to prep a patient for a C-section, but sadly, some women who are experiencing birthing complications do not receive adequate medical intervention in time.

Louisiana Appellate Court Rules in Favor of Family That Allegedly Missed Critical Deadline in Medical Malpractice Case

According to Law360, the family that allegedly missed an important fee deadline in the claims process can proceed with their case against the Louisiana-based healthcare facility they believe is responsible for their loved one's death. The deadline in question was for the filing fee that claimants must pay to request a medical review panel.

4 Elements of a Successful Medical Malpractice Claim

Healthcare is as much an art as it is a science, and there are countless factors that affect how someone will respond to a particular procedure or medication. When patients do not thrive from the treatment modality that their provider prescribed, that does not necessarily mean they were the victim of malpractice.

Can Men Suffer from Birth Trauma, Too?

Nowadays, it is the norm rather than the exception for men to attend the births of their children. According to the BBC, approximately 86 percent of men are present for labor and delivery.

Understanding the Emotional Toll of Negligent Healthcare

It's easy to entrust your car to a mechanic or leave able-bodied plumbers to repair your septic tank. When it comes to your health, though, you're literally putting your life in someone else's hands. That's why it can be traumatic to learn a healthcare provider violated your trust by failing to provide a reasonable standard of care.

How Can You Help Your Partner Cope with the Emotional Impact of a Traumatic Birth?

Carrying a baby to term can be both physically and emotionally draining, but couples who are expecting tell themselves it will all be worth it once their child is born. Giving birth is supposed to be one of the most beautiful moments in a woman's life; however, labor and delivery is still a medical procedure, and during medical procedures, there is always the chance that something might go wrong.

What Determines the Severity of an SCI?

Spinal cord injuries are similar to brain injuries in that each and every one is different. Although healthcare providers may witness trends when treating SCIs, there is no way to predict how a particular injury might impact an individual in the long run nor if he or she will ever recover fully.

Woman Misses Deadline to Hold Hospital Liable for Husband's Death

The family of a man who allegedly died as the result of medical malpractice failed to file a wrongful death claim before the statute of limitations had passed. As a result, the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeal ruled that the deceased's widow and surviving children could not bring claims against the providers who treated their loved one nor against the hospital where he died.

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