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What Happens After a Surgery Goes Wrong? Even in the best case scenario, surgery can be an incredibly stressful prospect ...
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After analyzing medical death rate data over an eight-year stretch, patient safety experts from Johns Hopkins have ...
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Nashville, Memphis Ranked Among Most Dangerous Cities for Pedestrians
Posted By Kinnard, Clayton & Beveridge || Jan 25, 2017Smart Growth America, an organization that focuses on research, advocacy and bringing smart growth practices to communities across the nation recently released a report that showed both Nashville and Memphis were among the most dangerous cities for pedestrians in the country. The report, titled ‘Dangerous by Design 2016,’ ranked the 104 most dangerous large metro areas across the United States by ...Continue Reading
Patients in Tennessee Undergoing Open-Heart Surgery May Be At Risk of Fatal Infections
Posted By Kinnard, Clayton & Beveridge || Jan 12, 2017Hospitals throughout Tennessee have sent letters to patients who underwent open-heart surgery between January 2012 and November 2016, warning them that they may be at risk of a fatal infection caused by a potentially contaminated machine. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released a report on October 13 of last year alerting patients and hospitals about the potential risk of ...Continue Reading
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