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Why You Should Seek a Second Opinion Regardless of Your Diagnosis

According to the National Center for Policy Analysis, between 10 and 20 percent of patients who seek treatment for various symptoms are misdiagnosed. Misdiagnoses are so prevalent, in fact, that they are more common than medication mistakes and wrong-site/wrong-procedure/wrong-patient errors, despite the fact that these kinds of mistakes are much more publicized.

5 Statistics Regarding Medical Malpractice That Will Surprise You

When you visit your doctor for a routine physical, does he or she put you at ease? A lot of Americans would likely answer "yes" to this question because many take bedside manner into account when choosing a primary care provider.

Were You the Victim of Medical Malpractice?

Patients place a lot of trust in their healthcare providers, and they deserve to receive a certain standard of care in return. After all, if a doctor makes a mistake, it could literally have life-threatening consequences.

What Is the Difference Between Partial and Total Paralysis?

Spinal cord injuries (SCIs) are one of the most devastating kinds of injury that you can sustain in an accident, and sadly, they are far more common than they should be. According to the National Spinal Cord Injury Association, there are approximately 8,000 new cases of SCI every yearphotodune-14342435-human-skeleton-spinal-cord-xs.jpg.

What Should You Look for in an Obstetrician?

Maybe you and your partner have started talking about trying to conceive, or maybe you just took a home pregnancy and the results were positive. Regardless of the stage you are at in becoming a mother, there's one question that all women have once they think about the logistics of carrying a pregnancy to term: How do you find a good obstetrician?

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.

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