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What Happens After a Surgery Goes Wrong? Even in the best case scenario, surgery can be an incredibly stressful prospect ...
A neonatal subgaleal hemorrhage is a potentially lethal condition that can affect newborn infants. It is a type of ...
After analyzing medical death rate data over an eight-year stretch, patient safety experts from Johns Hopkins have ...
With the main summer months approaching fast, more cars will be hitting the roads. Whether you’re on the road for your ...
Blog Posts in May, 2014Blog Home
Outpatient care shouldn't entail lower patient safety standards
Posted By Kinnard, Clayton & Beveridge || May 30, 2014No matter the circumstances behind a medical visit, patients should be able to expect to receive attentive, quality care provided by doctors, nurses and other professionals. This is a seemingly simple principle that should apply across the board for health care. A recent study may have uncovered some important disparities in care based on where treatment is administered, the patient's age and a ...Continue Reading
Powdered alcohol considered dangerous -- before it hits shelves
Posted By Kinnard, Clayton & Beveridge || May 23, 2014Entrepreneurs are constantly thinking of new and creative products to market to consumers. In an effort to create a profitable enterprise, however, serious oversights in consumer safety can be made. Other times, the concerns about safety might be known, but they are simply ignored by manufacturers. Right now, public officials are weighing the possibility of approving a new product: powdered ...Continue Reading
What are Tennessee workers entitled to when injured on the job?
Posted By Kinnard, Clayton & Beveridge || May 14, 2014The Tennessee Workers' Compensation Act is a critical piece of legislation that protects most employees within the state's borders. Many people work to support themselves and loved ones, so being sidelined from work has the potential to create financial chaos. Under this state law, however, those who suffer a work-related injury or illness are entitled to wage reimbursement and medical coverage. ...Continue Reading
Pain can persist -- even intensify -- months after a car accident
Posted By Kinnard, Clayton & Beveridge || May 7, 2014Immediately after a truck accident , tending to medical needs should obviously be a top priority. Drivers and their passengers may be checked out by emergency medical technicians and potentially undergo further evaluation and treatment at a hospital. Of course, some medical conditions might obviously need attention. At the same time, however, other cases might not be so clear cut. According to a ...Continue Reading
Summer is on its way -- so too are children riding their bicycles
Posted By Kinnard, Clayton & Beveridge || May 2, 2014For young kids, summer vacation is a very exciting time of year. With time away from school, kids can spend time with their friends taking the time to enjoy many types of recreation. Namely, kids might use their bikes to get from place to place while the weather is hospitable. Knowing that children are in school for a majority of the year, many motorists might not be prepared to see so many ...Continue Reading
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