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July 2015 Archives

A baby with jaundice needs to be diagnosed immediately

Every year, thousands of Pittsburgh parents welcome a new baby into their lives. Most of the time, these babies arrive with no issues and are healthy. But, occasionally, a baby has a medical issue that needs to be identified. One such issue is jaundice. The failure to diagnose a jaundiced baby can lead to a worsened condition.

Surgical errors happen during Pennsylvania robotic surgery

Over the last several years, robotic surgery has become increasingly popular in the Pittsburgh area. Most Pittsburgh residents have heard of this type of surgery, and many have opted for it for their own procedures. But, there are risks of surgical errors involved with the surgery that have led to injuries and deaths.

A birth injury can affect a Pennsylvania family forever

Thousands of Pittsburgh families welcome a new addition into their family each year. Pittsburgh has some of the finest obstetrical care available in the world. Most babies are born healthy, and go home just a few days later. But, occasionally, an unexpected birth injury occurs, which can cause serious and permanent injuries.

Can a Pennsylvania caesarian section lead to birth injuries?

Expectant parents in the Pittsburgh area usually spend time thinking about their delivery options for their newborn. Some parents opt for a natural birth, while others choose a planned caesarian section (C-section) for the delivery process. Still, others who plan for a vaginal delivery run into complications that require an unplanned caesarian section. Although a caesarian section is one of the most performed surgeries in the U.S., there are still birth injuries that can occur.

Cancer doctor sentenced to 45 years

Pittsburgh residents enjoy access to phenomenal medical care. Most patients receive accurate diagnosis and accurate treatment. But, a troubling story has emerged from a nearby state where a doctor has been convicted of failing to diagnose cancer in his patients among other egregious actions.

Who can be sued in a Pennsylvania medical malpractice case?

Pittsburgh residents generally receive excellent medical care. But, when negligence occurs, like the failure to diagnose a medical condition, and a patient is injured, what can be done? A medical malpractice lawsuit can help the family recoup some compensation for their ordeal.

Radiation dosage error injures patients

Most Pittsburgh residents will undergo cancer treatment that includes radiation or will have family member go through the process. Cancer is a scary diagnosis and treatment is often specialized for each patient and their unique situation. Radiation is often used as part of the treatment plan but medication errors can cause serious issues for cancer patients.

Time limits apply to medical malpractice cases

Pittsburgh residents enjoy a great quality of life and wonderful medical care. Most medical providers provide expert care to their patients and are able to solve their medical concerns. But occasionally a patient suffers from a doctor mistake and medical malpractice is brought into question.

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