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One Boy’s Death Moves New York Health Officials to Action to Prevent Other Septic-Related Deaths

Sepsis, an abnormal self-destructive immune response to infection, has become the leading cause of deaths in hospital patients. The illness often progresses to severely low blood pressure, shock and ultimately organ failure and death. By taking certain safety precautions, septic-related deaths can be prevented. An Alarming Death Case Associated With Septic Shock According to a

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First Failed By Her Doctors, And Now Failed By an Absurd New York Statute

The lives of many New Yorker’s have turned upside down by medical malpractice. And on top of this devastation, they are victimized a second time by an archaic and illogical state law that prevents them from getting the legal compensation and justice they deserve. Amongst these cursed New Yorkers is the story of Marilyn Veritzan,

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A Routine Liposuction Procedure Turns Deadly For a Heart Transplant Victim

Gersowitz, Libo & Korek, P.C. is representing the family of Isel Pineda in a medical malpractice suit against plastic surgeon Oleg Davie for causing the death of the 51-year old heart-transplant victim after a “botched” liposuction surgery. Liposuction is a popular type of cosmetic surgery that removes unwanted deposits of excess fat. Although cosmetic surgeons

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The Presence of an AED is Useless Unless It is Actually Used

New York law requires health clubs to have an Automated Extended Defibrillator (AED) on hand as well as staff trained in its operation at all times. Yet, the high court in New York ruled that these establishments are not required to actually use an AED on a patron in cardiac arrest. The underlying case was

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Pradaxa Causing Deaths From Uncontrollable Bleeding

A new drug to treat those with atrial fibrillation has come under fire for being linked to a number of bleeding deaths in the United States. The anti-clotting drug Pradaxa, manufactured by German drug maker Boehringer Ingelheim, has been on the market for just two years, but complaints have arisen that it was not properly

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