Stevens Johnson Syndrome

Stevens Johnson Syndrome Stevens Johnson Syndrome Definition: A rare disorder of the skin, occasionally discovered to be attributed to allergies to new medication | Malpractice Law

Stevens – Johnson Syndrome: A rare disorder of the skin. It is extremely difficult to find the cause of Stevens – Johnson Syndrome. Many cases go undiagnosed or unresolved. It is occasionally discovered that a patient has developed an allergy to a new medication, and this is the body’s way of alerting the patient to the problem.

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Stevens Johnson Syndrome - Frequently Asked Questions

How Does It Feel To Be Conscious But Unable To Move?
22 jan
How Does It Feel To Be Conscious But Unable To Move?

When you are conscious but unable to move, you can understand what is going on around you but cannot easily express your thoughts to others. This can create a frustrating situation, mainly when, along with being conscious, you can see and hear clearly. With full cognitive function and the ability to understand conversations, you invariably

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18 aug
Can Patients Sue For A Hospital Acquired Infection?

Whenever one visits a medical clinic, hospital, or other related facility, they run the risk of acquiring a hospital acquired infection, which is another term for an infection that one picked up or developed within a medical unit such as a hospital. Studies have shown that up to five percent of patients who enter a

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Stevens Johnson Syndrome - News Articles

Four Juries Side with Plaintiffs
27 sep
Four Juries Side with Plaintiffs

Four recent medical malpractice lawsuits – whose original incidents date back as far as six years – have been decided in favor of the plaintiffs. Loss of Husband to Bad Diagnosis An Alabama woman who lost her husband in 2008 was awarded $4 million by a jury in Walker County. Donna Hallmark claimed in her

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11 jan
Minnesota Oral Surgeon Settles Medical Malpractice Lawsuit with Family for $2.06 Million

When Sydney Galleger was told that she needed to get her wisdom teeth removed, she decided to wait until she finished her junior year of high school. Galleger was busy with her final exams and planning out which colleges she would be applying to the next year. On June 9, 2015, a few weeks after her

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