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JAMA Study: TBI Sufferers are 3 Times More Likely to Die Early
JAMA Study: TBI Sufferers are 3 Times More Likely to Die Early

A new study in the journal “JAMA Psychiatry” revealed some disturbing information about people who have suffered traumatic brain injuries. After sorting through data on more than 218,000 people who had suffered TBIs, researchers concluded that having experienced such an ...

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Blog posts in January, 2014

  • Are Dirty Lab Coats or Ties Causing Hospital-Acquired Infections?

    According to a recent paper in the journal Infection Control and Hospital Epidemiology, some 70 percent of doctors never bother to clean their ties. ...

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  • Lawsuit: Procedure Without Patient's Consent Ruined Her Career

    As professional singer with the Nashville Opera, a Cincinnati woman was aware that having a C-section could endanger her career. What she didn’t ...

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  • Understaffing, Fundamental Negligence Blamed for Doctor's Death

    On May 29 of last year, about two weeks after earning her medical degree, a 26-year-old Maryland woman died of a brain hemorrhage. According to a ...

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  • Failure to Diagnose Central to Family's Malpractice Lawsuit

    On behalf of Robert Kingsland of Dempsey & Kingsland, P.C. posted in Failure to Diagnose on Saturday, January 11, 2014. Even to someone on the outside ...

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  • Family: Man Dead Because Kaiser Repeatedly Put Off Heart Tests

    According to Courthouse News Service, more than 100 medical malpractice lawsuits were brought against Kaiser Foundation hospitals in 2013 alone. While ...

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  • Failure to Diagnose Brain Bleeding Leaves Woman Quadriplegic

    An Oregon couple has filed a lawsuit against a Portland-area hospital operated by the Kaiser Foundation after a woman was allegedly sent home with a ...

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