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March 2018 Archives

Medication errors are preventable with proper protocol

Patients who are receiving any type of medication are at risk of errors that can harm them. There must be protocols in place that help prevent these from occurring. This is often a difficult task because of the many steps that it takes to get patients medications, especially in a hospital setting.

Impacts to your memory can come after a brain injury

A brain injury of any sort is tragic, not only because of the injury itself but also because of the way that it can impact you. Even minor injuries can lead to long-lasting effects on your mental capabilities. This can include altering your memory.

Were you made aware of a surgical error?

In order to "go under the knife," you have to have a certain degree of trust in the surgeon who will be cutting into your body. You trust that your life is in good hands, and that the surgeon will keep your best interests in mind during the operation.

A multifaceted approach is necessary in hospital negligence cases

Hospital negligence is never acceptable. There isn't any good reason why a person who seeks care in the hospital should be harmed due to factors like understaffing. When patients are harmed in these cases, those patients have a legal avenue to explore.