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Recent Posts in Healthcare Category

  • Is Robotic Surgery Safe?

    Yes and no. Robotically-assisted surgery is FDA-approved for certain procedures, but the U.S. Food and Drug Administration cautions doctors and patients alike against using surgical robots for others. Hospitals often oversell the benefits of robotic surgery and downplay the drawbacks. Aggressive marketing can make an institution seem high-tech and entice patients into robotic surgery, but most ...
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  • Who Is Liable for Nursing Home Injuries?

    Millions of elderly Americans reside in nursing homes and other assisted living facilities, which provide the necessary care and supervision many individuals need for their safety and wellbeing. Injuries can occur though, and it can be a challenge to know who is responsible when an accident occurs. Here are some things you should know if you’re considering filing an injury claim against a nursing ...
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  • Who is Liable For Defective 3D Printed Medical Devices?

    3D printing is revolutionizing the medical industry and offering new ways to treat patients. It also is raising new questions about who is liable if one of these devices injures a patient. When doctors are able to custom design and print devices, these cases can toe the line between medical malpractice and product liability cases. The Design & Production Process When a patient needs a 3D printed ...
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  • Woman Resorts to Drastic Remedy to Get Medical Care

    Dbtecno.com reports on June 14, 2010 that a 41-year old Michigan woman shot herself in the shoulder in an attempt to obtain health care for that same shoulder for injuries incurred a month earlier when she tried to prevent her dogs from fighting. Being without health care, the woman said she couldn’t afford to see a specialist for her previous shoulder injury. After the shooting, the woman’s ...
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