Rubin 1 Technique

Rubin 1 Technique Rubin I: A shoulder dystocia management procedure, Rubin I is pressure applied above the pubis.

Rubin I: A shoulder dystocia management procedure, Rubin I is pressure applied above the pubis.


Rubin 1 Technique - Frequently Asked Questions

18 aug
When Is It Malpractice For A Terminal Illness?

Terminal illness refers to an illness for which there is no cure and which is expected to result in the death of the patient within a relatively short period of time. Many people immediately think of advanced or metastatic cancers when thinking about terminal illnesses; however, a great number of diseases are sadly terminal, lacking

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What Happens If Someone Dies From Medical Malpractice?
08 aug
What Happens If Someone Dies From Medical Malpractice?

Medical errors are a leading cause of death in the United States. Although some errors are unavoidable, a large number are preventable, meaning many patients lose their lives each year due to medical malpractice. If someone dies from medical malpractice, their family members can recover damages to pay for their losses. If your loved one

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Rubin 1 Technique - News Articles

Settlement Reached In St. Joseph’s Unnecessary Stents Case
01 oct
Settlement Reached In St. Joseph’s Unnecessary Stents Case

One of the largest medical malpractice cases in Maryland’s history was settled earlier this month for a confidential amount.  Nearly 250 patients have settled their civil lawsuits against Dr. Mark Midei and Catholic Health Initiatives, the company who owned St. Joseph’s, accusing the cardiologist of implanting unnecessary heart stents in them.  According to The Baltimore

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New Jersey Jury Finds Orthopedics Center and Doctor Negligent for Malpractice; Awards Woman $1.2 Million
19 nov
New Jersey Jury Finds Orthopedics Center and Doctor Negligent for Malpractice; Awards Woman $1.2 Million

During Samantha Alpert’s senior year at Livingston High School, she was informed by her doctors that she had a benign bone growth in her left leg called osteochondroma. Steven Robbins, her orthopedic surgeon, wanted to check for cancer and performed a biopsy on June 5, 2013. According to a medical malpractice lawsuit, filed on behalf

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