A Case of Hospital Malpractice
Hospitals are where the germs are. Hospitals are also where the worst germs are. Sick people are constantly coming to the hospital and bringing their viruses and bacteria with them. In spite of the best efforts, and sometimes less than … Read More
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The Retained Foreign Object.
Something is going on and I am not sure what it is or why. The incidence of objects being left behind in the body of the patient is increasing. What is being left behind, you ask? Mostly it is the … Read More
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Bacterial Infection: A Relentless Killer.
They are all around us. The bacteria that cause infections are all around us. They live on our skin, in our guts, on the food we eat, on the surfaces we touch, and in our mouths. They float on the … Read More
When Immune Systems Go Haywire
I recently lost one of my sisters to sepsis. She got an infection that lingered until her immune system couldn’t deal with it any longer and it sent her body into septic shock, which killed her. Over a quarter of … Read More
The Danger of Antibiotic Resistant Bacteria
We are surrounded by life forms that are constantly mutating and changing. This is particularly true of bacteria. Because they have such short life spans, they can evolve quickly to meet threats. That is exactly what they have done to … Read More
Infections and Medical Malpractice
I see a lot of prospective clients who became infected after a hospital stay or after a procedure in a doctor’s office. Sometimes the infection is relatively minor. Sometimes it is devastating. Sometimes it is fatal. I can’t do much … Read More
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Hospitals are where the sick people are. While patients may go home after they get better, they often leave bacteria and viruses behind, where they infect the next round of patients. You may go to the hospital to get well, … Read More
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One consequence of our lengthening life spans is that we are wearing out our original equipment. Our knees and hips were not intended to last 60 or 70 years. They certainly weren’t intended to support the heavy bodies so many … Read More
Posted in Arizona Medical Board, Blood Clots, blood infections, Board Certification, Doctors, heart attack, Hip Replacement, Hospital Negligence, Hospitals, Infection, joint replacement, Medical Devices, Medicare, Nurses, Obesity, Orthopedics, Pulmonary Embolism, Sepsis, Surgical Errors
Coronavirus Complicates Malpractice Cases.
To the list of the many, many damaging effects of the Coronavirus pandemic, you can add that it makes medical malpractice cases more difficult. In order to successfully pursue a medical malpractice claim, a patient must prove that the health … Read More
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