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September 2015 Archives

Report shows health care errors can be hard to prevent

Some Pittsburgh residents may receive a wrong diagnosis or experience another medical error during their lifetime. These errors, such as the failure to diagnose cancer, are serious, and some of them even result in death.

Former inmate sues doctor for failure to diagnose cancer

When a Pittsburgh resident goes to the doctor they assume that they will receive the correct diagnosis and treatment. But for a handful of residents each year their doctor has a failure to diagnose cancer which can lead to delayed treatment. A former inmate is suing a mobile imaging lab and one of its doctors for failing to diagnose his gastric cancer.

A secret medical malpractice settlement may hide medical dangers

Most Pittsburgh residents visit their doctors regularly and have a good experience. Most medical providers are skilled professionals who provide good care. But occasionally a medical error can occur like a failure to diagnose cancer or a surgical error. These errors can result in a patient or their family filing a medical malpractice lawsuit. But when a settlement is reached privately, it may lead to others not knowing about the dangers that could remain hidden.

A hospital stay just may result in a worsened condition

Many Pittsburgh residents will need to spend some time in the hospital at some point in their lives. A hospital stay may be necessary to recover from surgery, a serious illness or another medical condition. Most people believe hospital stays are designed to help a person get better but occasionally the opposite can be true. The failure to diagnose a medical condition is serious but so is a superbug infection.

Therapy options for brachial plexus injuries

Expectant parents in the Pittsburgh area are usually filled with excitement for the upcoming arrival to their family. Most babies are born as expected and are healthy and ready to go home in a few days. But occasionally an unexpected birth injury occurs that causes a serious injury to the newborn.

A forceps delivery can lead to serious injuries

Pittsburgh residents who are expecting the birth of their baby are usually filled with excitement and maybe some anxiety as well. The birth of a baby usually goes as expected with very few complications. But occasionally a birth injury occurs that is unexpected and makes a joyous situation suddenly very sad.

Surgical errors can change a life forever

Many Pittsburgh residents have had to have a surgery. Surgeries are necessary to life-threatening conditions, orthopedic concerns and many other reasons. Most of the time these surgeries go as planned but occasionally a surgical error occurs that causes a major unexpected injury.

How long does a patient have to file a medical malpractice suit?

Hopefully most people in Pittsburgh will not be affected by medical malpractice. But when it does occur patients should know they have legal rights. These rights including holding the medical professional accountable for their negligence including a failure to diagnose a medical condition. So how long does a patient have to file a medical malpractice lawsuit in PA?

Did pediatric surgery center use dirty equipment on patients?

When a person needs to have surgery in Pittsburgh it can be nerve-wracking. Surgery is stressful no matter how routine it is. When the surgery is performed on a pediatric patient parents can often feel helpless. A pediatric surgery center is in the news because it may have performed thousands of surgery with dirty equipment, putting these patients at risk of a surgical error.

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