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Blog Posts in September, 2015

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  • Dosage Errors Can Have Fatal Consequences For VirginiaPatients
    Dosage Errors Can Have Fatal Consequences For VirginiaPatients

    While medications have had enormous benefits for patients nationwide, we often forget that these drugs can be lethal if not administered carefully. A lifesaving drug can become a poison with just a ...

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  • 5 Horrifying Real-Life Cases Of Medical Malpractice
    5 Horrifying Real-Life Cases Of Medical Malpractice

    You might have heard outrageous tales of Virginia hospital mistakes: someone has the wrong leg amputated, or wakes up during surgery. You may have just dismissed them as urban legends. Unfortunately, ...

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  • Who Can File a Wrongful Death Lawsuit in Virginia?
    Who Can File a Wrongful Death Lawsuit in Virginia?

    The death of a loved one is never easy and this is especially true when the death is caused by a neglectful or a wrongful act by another person. Most people would like closure and to say their final ...

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  • Study Finds Many Hospital-Acquired Infections Are Due To Ignorance And Neglect
    Study Finds Many Hospital-Acquired Infections Are Due To Ignorance And Neglect

    Patients enter hospitals for medical treatment that will hopefully improve their health, or at the very least prevent their health from getting worse. But every year tens of thousands of patients are ...

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  • When A Lack Of Oxygen Leads To Infant Brain Damage
    When A Lack Of Oxygen Leads To Infant Brain Damage

    The birth of a child is something parents look forward to, and it’s an exciting time in life. And although parents hope their child will be born without complications, it’s very possible for infants ...

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  • Four Common Yet Preventable Medical Mistakes
    Four Common Yet Preventable Medical Mistakes

    On average, each year about 200,000 people die and about four million people suffer injuries as a result of medical errors. According to U.S. News and World Report , these errors are preventable—which ...

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