Common Anesthesia Errors that Lead to Medical Malpractice
Posted in Medical Malpractice on February 17, 2022
For most patients, a procedure requiring anesthesia goes according to plan. Unfortunately, when emergency rooms, operating tables, or surgical centers get busy, mistakes can happen. Learn more about the common types of anesthesia errors and the injuries caused by them: Common Types of Anesthesia Errors Anesthesia errors often happen because anesthesiologists and other medical...
Is your hospital safe?
Posted in Medical Malpractice on August 18, 2015
Not all hospitals are the same. In fact, one recent study showed patients who undergo common surgeries are safer at busy hospitals that perform the procedures regularly. Hospital surgical volume matters An article published in U.S. News and World report has shed the light on a little-known surgical risk: inexperience. Extrapolating data from Medicare...
Google Glass in the Operating Room: Help or Hindrance?
Posted in Medical Malpractice on June 2, 2014
The first time I saw the Google Glass, I was positively captivated. The possibilities for this wearable computer with an optical display and camera seemed endless. As technology has become exceedingly pervasive, it’s no surprise that the health care industry has been keen to adopt new innovations. From beeping pulse oximeters to robots performing...