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April 2018 Archives

The aftermath of doctor's errors is considerable

When patients count on doctors to perform medical procedures and handle their care, they are putting their trust in those professionals. When things go amiss with medical care, patients can suffer greatly. In some cases, this might lead to the patient filing a medical malpractice lawsuit.

Did you suffer harm from a procedure you didn't even consent to?

In an emergency, you expect the medical personnel at a New Mexico hospital to do whatever it takes to save your life regardless of whether you have the chance to consent to any treatment deemed necessary. Under normal circumstances, however, you would more than likely want the chance to consent to any treatment recommended.

Surgical errors can usually be prevented

Knowing that you have to have surgery is a frightening experience. You have to wonder about the possible impacts that the surgery is going to have on your life. Worrying about the pain after the procedure and the recovery is also normal. What you might not want to think about is how surgical errors might impact your life.

Surgery centers are risky for many patients

Some people who have surgery won't ever be admitted into a hospital to have the procedure. This is because many of them will go to surgery centers that are freestanding clinics instead of the hospital. While these centers do serve an important purpose, they aren't without risk to the patients.