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December 2013 Archives

Pittsburgh patients, families may seek delayed diagnosis damages

Symptoms give a Pittsburgh physician a clue about a patient's condition. Sometimes, before a diagnosis can be made, the doctor will order tests to confirm or rule out suspicions. Health care professionals can be wrong with or without being negligent about the medical conditions Pennsylvania patients have.

Woman and ACLU sue Catholic bishops over their medical guidelines

Pittsburgh residents may be interested in a recent lawsuit involving a woman who says she received inadequate treatment at a Catholic-run hospital in Michigan. The 30-year-old woman visited the hospital three times after her water broke when she was 18 weeks pregnant in December 2010. The woman, who was 27 at the time, was told by medical staff to go home and take medicine until the pain went away.

Medical malpractice and the unwritten code of silence

Pittsburgh residents may be interested in a recent report that examines the prevalence of doctor errors and offers a theory regarding the suggested reluctance among doctors to be critical of one another. Medical errors are, by some estimates, among the leading killers in the United States, and, according to the report, many doctors frequently encounter errors by other medical professionals but choose to say nothing.

Pennsylvania abortion clinic closed due to doctor affiliation

A Philadelphia abortion clinic was closed by the Pennsylvania Department of Health because it failed to disclose its ties to Steven Brigham. Brigham is unable to practice medicine in the state due to medical malpractice, and he has a history of flouting abortion and health codes. The newly opened clinic was given 30 days to file an appeal or its closure would become permanent.

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