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

If I Can Prove That the Defendant Violated the Standard of Care, Does That Mean I Win My Case?
29 mar
If I Can Prove That the Defendant Violated the Standard of Care, Does That Mean I Win My Case?

In a medical malpractice lawsuit, the plaintiff alleges that a doctor or health care provider gave substandard or inadequate care, which resulted in physical, emotional, or financial damages to the patient. To win such a lawsuit, you and your attorney must prove that the defendant violated the standard of care. You must also prove several other conditions

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Can Your Spouse Sue For Your AIDS/HIV Virus Misdiagnosis?
19 mar
Can Your Spouse Sue For Your AIDS/HIV Virus Misdiagnosis?

If your doctor misdiagnosed AIDS or HIV — either by diagnosing you as negative when you had the disease or as positive when you did not — you or your spouse may have grounds for a medical malpractice lawsuit and a lucrative award. Plaintiffs have won substantial malpractice awards from doctors who misdiagnosed AIDS or

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Rubin 1 Technique - News Articles

Two PA Doctors and Medical Center Settle Malpractice Lawsuit for $3.5 Million
28 aug
Two PA Doctors and Medical Center Settle Malpractice Lawsuit for $3.5 Million

On February 6, 2012, Kristine Coleman felt a sharp pain shoot down her left arm. The sensation lingered and Coleman, then 41, was rushed to the Geisinger Community Medical Center. Coleman told the attending physicians that she was experiencing pain from her left shoulder all the way to her left hand. The medical center staff

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20 jul
Washington Jury Finds Harborview Medical Center Liable for Montana Woman’s Paralysis; Family Awarded $25.3 Million

Jerri Woodring-Thueson was an avid mountain biker. She and her husband, Erik Thueson, would take advantage of any free time they had to hit the trails. But that all changed on her last ride in the fall of 2013, when Woodring-Thueson, then 49, suffered from a minor stroke. She was rushed to a hospital in

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