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Jury Awards $15 Million for Deadly Diagnostic Error in C-Section
Jury Awards $15 Million for Deadly Diagnostic Error in C-Section

An Illinois jury has awarded a family $15.55 million in compensation for a medical mistake that cost the life of a mother during a C-section in 2008. The father had sued MacNeal Hospital, an OB/Gyn at that hospital, the University of Chicago Medical Center and a ...

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Blog posts in November, 2013

  • FDA: 2 Cardiovascular-Diagnosis Drugs Could Cause Heart Attacks

    The Food and Drug Administration has just issued a surprising new warning about two drugs doctors commonly use to diagnose cardiovascular disease: ...

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  • Jury: $26 Million for Baby's Brain Injury from Untreated Jaundice

    In 2007, a new mom and her infant son were set for discharge from the hospital less than 48 hours after the birth. That’s not uncommon. The baby had a ...

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  • Researchers: Biosensor Could Prevent Brain Injury During Surgery

    Engineers and cardiology researchers at Johns Hopkins University have designed a new biosensor that could help prevent serious brain injuries during ...

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  • 11 hospitals related to Kansas City's Two Rivers under scrutiny

    Universal Health Services, the company that operates the Two Rivers Behavioral Health System facility in Kansas City, is in the news for potential ...

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