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Causes of cerebral palsy are sometimes preventable

Finding out that your baby has a chronic health condition isn't easy for any parent. One diagnosis that is especially troubling for some is cerebral palsy, which is the result of abnormal brain development in the areas that control the muscles. This damage will usually occur within a month of birth, which includes during and before birth. It is possible that it will occur during the first year or later in some cases.

Don't ignore your emotions after you lose a loved one

The sudden loss of a loved one is a tragic situation. When you are faced with this, there isn't any telling exactly how you will deal with it. You have to be sure that you are taking care of yourself because you might be shocked at the wide range of emotions you feel. You shouldn't ignore those feelings because doing so can consume you. Instead, it is best if you take the time to address them and try to cope with them, so you can move forward with life.

Hypoxemia: Low blood oxygen levels can have damaging impacts

Some medical conditions impact how much oxygen is in the blood. For example, a baby who is in distress during labor or delivery might not get sufficient blood to the brain. A lack of oxygen in the blood is known as hypoxemia. Individuals who have this condition can suffer damage to various organs in the body, including the brain, heart, lungs, limbs, and other internal organs.

Risk factors for patient harm in emergency rooms

Emergency room care depends largely on the doctors who work in the department. The problem is that they don't always provide the care that the patient needs to avoid suffering more harm. There are several reasons for this, but each of these is manageable if the hospital puts proper protocols in place to keep their patients safe.

Did your loved one experience abuse in his or her nursing home?

When you make the decision to place a loved one in a New Mexico nursing facility, you trusted that the home would provide quality care and the right type of support. Maybe you made your choice based on the recommendation of a friend or you did months of research, but either way, you felt confident you'd found the right place.

Surgical errors are sometimes caused by poor communication

Patients who are taken to the operating room can't watch what's going on or speak up if something isn't going as it should. They are at the mercy of the medical professional people who are working on them. These individuals should be able to communicate freely and work as a team, but this doesn't always happen.

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