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April 2016 Archives

Medication errors harm many, causing significant damages


There are many ways that medical professionals can treat their patients. It all starts with an accurate diagnosis, then proceeds with treatment in the form of medication regimens and/or surgical operations. Though the education and experience possessed by doctors and nurses should render them qualified to safely and effectively treat individuals, all too often mistakes are made that result in harm. In these instances, victims may want to pursue a medical malpractice claim.

Infections can be caused by a surgery error


Many Floridians have to undergo surgery at one point or another to have a medical condition treated or remedied. Few, if any, are comfortable with the idea of being cut open and having individuals handle fragile parts of their bodies, but the extensive education and training of medical professionals may help alleviate their fears. Unfortunately, despite their qualifications, doctors and nurses can still make mistakes that can lead to serious injuries.

Nursing home staffing levels in Florida


Nursing homes play a critical role in our society. When family members are incapable of caring for their elderly loved ones, they often turn to these institutions for help. It is hoped that nursing homes and their staff will be adequately trained and perform their duties in a way that furthers residents' health and safety. Many nursing homes are successful in doing this. Yet, still too many operate in a way that is negligent, causing perhaps our most vulnerable Floridians to be exposed to a significant risk of harm and death.

Missed diagnoses caused by negligence are unacceptable


Our last blog post discussed the diagnosis of breast cancer. Though medical professionals have a number of tests at their disposal to make accurate cancer diagnoses, the human element in the process often leads to errors. Where a failure to diagnose occurs, victims may be deprived of a significant chance of beating the disease, and the mistake may even wind up being fatal. And cancer isn't the only medical condition susceptible to misdiagnosis. Every illness, injury and disease has the potential to be misdiagnosed by negligent medical professionals.

How is breast cancer diagnosed?


Cancer is scary, and we all hope that we and our loved ones can escape its far-reaching grasp. Unfortunately, for many Floridians and their families, this isn't possible. In those instances, individuals hope that the disease is quickly detected and treated efficiently. Early detection is often key, as treating cancer in the earlier stages can increase the likelihood of remission and provides an increased chance of survival.

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