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August 2015 Archives

California attorney can help identify medical malpractice

Becoming a doctor takes a great deal of education and hands-on experience. It is a skilled profession that requires a tremendous amount of knowledge about how to treat patients effectively and safely. The training and experience required generally produce positive results, with doctors treating patients so that patients' health improves.

Medication errors can have serious consequences in nursing homes

Patients in California nursing homes are often in vulnerable positions. Often elderly and unable to care for themselves, these patients rely on the treatment of the nursing home staff and the facility's nurses and doctors to ensure their safety and proper care. Nonetheless, these employees can make serious medication errors, particularly as it pertains to prescription drugs. The federal government has taken notice of this phenomenon and is requesting action.

Hypoxia poses serious danger for infants' health in California

Childbirth is at the same time both simple and complex. On the one hand, women have been giving birth for many thousands of years, occurring with little to no problems. On the other, there are many medical complications that may arise during this major medical event. When a California woman is going through child birth, it is of the utmost importance that the medical staff attending to her fully monitor the health of the baby and the mother, as the failure to do so could result in serious birth injuries.

What if I got an infection after a California outpatient surgery?

It is becoming more and more common these days for a California patient to receive treatment in an outpatient setting. This category of care, which is also known as ambulatory care, means that a patient does not stay overnight.