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October 2018 Archives

When a Pharmacist Refuses to Fill a Prescription, What Rights do You Have?

Why are More Women Being Pressured into Having C-Sections?

Medical malpractice: Nurse may have exposed patients to virus

When illness, pain or physical injury occurs, most people seek the care and comfort that Louisiana medical professionals can offer. Unfortunately, some patients may experience medical malpractice through inadequate care, failure to diagnose, medication errors and other unfortunate errors. One patient in another state is claiming he suffers from a virus related to the care he received from one nurse.

Congress Looks at Childbirth Safety

How Computer-Based Records Still Fail to Prevent Hospital Medication Overdoses

Pharmacy Errors Not Uncommon in U.S.

Jury awards $50 million for birth injury

The delivery of a child is an anticipated and anxiety-inducing event for many parents in Louisiana and all over the world. Unfortunately, some infants suffer a debilitating birth injury during delivery. Some are able to recover and lead normal lives, but many are not. Following the conclusion of a recent lawsuit, one family has been awarded a $50 million judgment for the injuries their child suffered during birth.

The Medical Profession Needs to Rethink How Doctors Handle Mistakes

The Risk of Post-ICU Syndrome Following Serious Personal Injury

Medical malpractice: Doctor's practice questioned

A doctor in another state is under continued scrutiny due to an error he made approximately 18 years ago. The doctor was a fertility specialist and was accused of medical malpractice and the attempt to cover it up. Louisiana families may be interested to learn how the resulting aftermath of the malpractice resulted in serious emotional and legal issues for two different families.

When Addiction Treatment Fails

When Doctors Abuse Drugs

Birth Center Deliveries: What You Need to Know

Medical Malpractice and Medical Records

Preventable Maternal Injuries Abound in the United States

Medical malpractice lawsuit results in $130 million judgment

Many Louisiana mothers have likely experienced the unexpected surprise of an earlier than planned delivery of a child. Understandably, mothers and physicians worry about the health of a child following a premature birth, but many babies are able to survive and thrive. One mother in another state experienced her own surprise with the early delivery of her child, but her child initially appeared to be healthy. In the weeks and months following the birth, the woman claims medical malpractice resulted in a life-long condition for her child. Recently, a civil court jury agreed.

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