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Placental Placental Abruption Definition: A Medical Emergency in Which the Placenta Prematurely Pulls Away From the Wall of the Uterus | What is Placental Abruption?

Placental Abruption – This a medical emergency in which the placenta prematurely pulls away from the wall of the uterus.

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If Your Doctor Overprescribed Opioids and You Get Addicted Do You Have a Medical Malpractice Case?
28 mar
If Your Doctor Overprescribed Opioids and You Get Addicted Do You Have a Medical Malpractice Case?

If your doctor overprescribed opioids and you get addicted, you may have a medical malpractice case. A doctor who negligently prescribes too much medication can be liable for any injuries or harm that results from their patient’s subsequent addiction to that medication. A successful case hinges on proving that negligence was a factor. The medical

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Medical Malpractice Settlements
18 aug
Medical Malpractice Settlements

What Qualifies For A Medical Malpractice Lawsuit? No one likes to be a victim. This includes individuals who may have been injured or harmed due to medical situations. You become a victim of medical malpractice when you encounter certain medical misconduct. Every year, approximately 80,000 individuals have cause for a medical malpractice lawsuit. Interestingly enough,

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Placental - News Articles

Veteran Settles Malpractice Lawsuit Against VA for $750,000
05 jun
Veteran Settles Malpractice Lawsuit Against VA for $750,000

Two years ago, Michael Holmes was told by his doctors at the Hunter Holmes McGuire VA Medical Center in Richmond Virginia that his left carotid artery was blocked and needed to be cleared out. A few months later he underwent the routine vascular surgery, which typically takes around one-hour to complete. But something went terribly

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South Dakota’s Historic Malpractice Judgement in Danger of Nonpayment
30 mar
South Dakota’s Historic Malpractice Judgement in Danger of Nonpayment

Hudson E. Myers was born with a rare heart condition requiring the replacement of his aortic valve, which is found on the left side of the heart. In 2006, when he was 17-years old, Doctor James H. Oury replaced the aortic valve with his pulmonary valve and replaced that with one from a cadaver. The

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