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Medical Malpractice: Hospitals Leave Too Many Objects In Patients During Surgical Procedures

When you find out that you are in need of a surgical procedure, the last thing you want to think about is what may go wrong with the operation or even death. You want to be able to entrust your health in the hands of medical professionals who are supposed to help you feel better.

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Grading New York State’s Hospitals

On Sunday, August 4, 2013 the Niagara Health Quality Coalition issued its 2013 New York State Hospital Report Card, grading more than 200 of New York State’s hospitals. The Reported Facts   The 2013 New York State Hospital Report Card was based on 2011 information that more than 200 hospitals statewide used for patient billing

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Coney Island Hospital’s Transfusion of Wrong Blood Type Causes Patient’s Death

The medical profession is one of these professions where even the slightest mistake or error can lead to fatal results. And this was no exception when Coney Island Hospital made a mistake, which led to the death of an elderly woman on June 9th. Medical Negligence Leads to Death Coney Island Hospital’s blood lab failed

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New York Surgeon’s Medical License Suspended

New York residents may know that doctors have a responsibility to provide patients with the utmost care. When doctors fail to live up to these obligations, too often a misdiagnosis or surgical error results in serious personal injury, and sometimes even death. Recently, a vascular surgeon, Dr. Robert W. Cohen, who was on the medical

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Failure to Diagnose Compartment Syndrome Can Be Basis for a Medical Malpractice Claim

Compartment syndrome is a serious condition that is caused by increased pressure within a muscle compartment. Although it usually occurs in the lower leg and forearm, it can also occur in any closed anatomic space including the abdominal cavity. Regardless of where it occurs, compartment syndrome is a surgical emergency and a failure to properly

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