Recent Posts in Nursing Negligence Category

What Complications Can Occur During Pregnancy?

A pregnancy is supposed to be the happiest time in a couple’s lives. They’re set to become parents and move forward into the next chapter of their lives. Unfortunately, there are times when the mother ...
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How to Determine If You Have a Valid Case

Many individuals are victim to medical malpractice or birth injuries, but they never do anything about it because they are not sure of what to do it or how to do it. They simply don’t know that they ...
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Are Texas nurses required to initiate CPR?

Many adults in Texas have likely learned the basics of CPR, or cardiopulmonary resuscitation , at some point in their lives. While not everyone may remember exactly what to do, the basics are likely ...
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Post-delivery nursing errors possible even after normal births

Being pregnant with your first child can be an overwhelming experience. Mothers-to-be and their partners often have anxiety about the impending birth, which can be a bit intimidating even in the most ...
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The experience to fight today's Texas hospital negligence cases

Having to be hospitalized for any reason can be a frightening experience. A patient in a Houston medical center typically receives care from a variety of individuals, from orderlies to renowned ...
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How to file a complaint with the state nursing board

Nurses play many important roles in labor and delivery; many families can remember an especially helpful or kind nurse who helped make a baby's entrance into the world a little easier. However, just ...
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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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Nurse practitioners can be held accountable for damaging errors

When a pregnant woman goes to the doctor in Houston, she may or may not be seen by an actual doctor. In many cases, patients may be seen by nurse practitioners instead of licensed physicians. In other ...
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Hospital negligence: More than just doctor mistakes

In recent years Texas has built a reputation as an economically forward-thinking state, with industries such as technology and healthcare bringing valuable services to many. Healthcare in particular ...
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Cruise ships may soon be held accountable for nursing negligence

As a coastal state next to the Gulf of Mexico, Texas sees its fair share of tourists. Cruise ships are not an uncommon sight along the coast south of Houston, and many city residents are likely to ...
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Nursing negligence vs. medical malpractice

Many expecting mothers and their families carefully choose their OB/GYN, often long before the due date is even put down on the calendar. Patients will look at a physician's reviews, reputation in the ...
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Texas sues nursing home after allegations of negligence

At some point, families of aging loved ones must eventually confront the question of whether or not to place a senior in a nursing home. When someone reaches the point when he or she can no longer ...
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Texas psychiatric emergency room site of shocking acts by nurses

The emergency room is where Texans go in the midst of dire situations. The ER is not a place anyone expects to see their situation get worse. Certainly, no one visiting a medical facility of any sort ...
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Are nurses and other medical staff distracted by social media?

When one is being seen by a doctor or nurse in the Houston area, it can be unsettling, though understandable, if the professional appears distracted. After all, those in Houston's bustling medical ...
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Negligence leads to woman delivering baby without doctor, nurses

When you go to the hospital to delivery your baby, you expect your doctor and nurses to be there during the birth of your child. That is the whole point of delivery your baby in the hospital to make ...
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