Blog Posts in April, 2015

Texas woman sues over botched hysterectomy

There are many reasons why a Houston woman might need to get a hysterectomy. The procedure, which removes a woman's uterus, is sometimes necessary for those suffering from endometriosis, uterine ...
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Can nurses refuse to work overtime in Texas?

As many Houston workers are likely all too aware, gone are the days when one could expect to work just eight hours in a day. Nowadays, those in certain industries, especially healthcare, routinely put ...
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Umbilical cord prolapse can result in serious injury to fetus

As part of their medical training, OB/GYN doctors and nurses gain understanding of what can go wrong during the delivery process and how to properly react to such complications. In most births which ...
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Formulating a legal response to a maternal death

When a baby is born in a Houston hospital, family, friends and well-wishers will almost always inquire into the health of the newborn. The health and wellbeing of the mother is also a frequent topic ...
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New report: Safety initiatives can cut rates of birth injuries

Many medical facilities, both in Texas and around the country, are constantly striving to improve their standards of patient care. This is generally great news for patients and their loved ones, as ...
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