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Hip Fracture Replacement Problems



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Hip fracture is almost always a serious concern. Older individuals must be acutely aware of hip problems during falls or impacts. As individuals age they naturally lose bone density and therefore are at enhanced risk of hip injury.   When a fracture occurs, natural recovery can be slow and often incomplete. Therefore, hip surgery or […]


Medical Malpractice Due to Tourniquet Misuse



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Surgical tourniquets are still used commonly during procedures. They allow the doctor to work in a bloodless environment, improving the overall visibility and precision possible.   Since the invention of the pneumatic tourniquet, the safety of the product has gone up. Nevertheless, many tourniquet injuries are reported every year and doctor mistakes continue to be […]


Anesthesia Side Effects After Surgery



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One of the most unsettling parts of surgery is Anesthesia. After all, we’ve all heard the statistics and incidences that go along with getting “put under”.   Individuals have experienced a wide host of side effects, ranging from general grogginess to permanent mental damage and death.   One of the best things to do before […]

Ohio Supreme Court Rules UTMC Not Responsible in Malpractice Case



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BY JIM PROVANCE BLADE COLUMBUS BUREAU CHIEF COLUMBUS — The Ohio Supreme Court Wednesday unanimously rejected the argument that a doctor accused of medical malpractice was immune from lawsuit because a medical student at a taxpayer-funded university was observing that day. Dr. Marek Skoskiewicz, a private physician from Napoleon performing surgery on a private patient […]

Staten Island Man Awarded $5.4 Million in Bedsore Lawsuit



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Date Published: Tuesday, June 14th, 2011 A Staten Island man was just awarded a multi-million dollar settlement following a debilitating and ongoing bout with bedsores that began at Staten Island University Hospital. Staten Island Live (SI Live) wrote that the formerly active Robert Messina, 63, has been confined to a wheelchair because of bedsores so […]

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