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Connecticut Medical Malpractice: Noisy ORs Pose Risks For Patients

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March 21st, 2018

A noisy workplace can affect performance. You might think of a noisy workplace and think of a roadway construction job site or a classroom. A recent study has established the likelihood for Connecticut medical malpractice errors in the operating room forincrases when it gets noisy. Both surgeons and surgical staff can be distracted by noise … Keep reading…

Connecticut Medical Malpractice: Tired Nurses Could Make More Mistakes

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March 18th, 2018

In early January, the American Academy of Nursing released a position statement recommending that nurses get high-quality sleep as a preventative measure for medical errors. Risk of error are 15% higher for those nurses who work evening shifts and 28% higher for those who work night shifts. Patients could be endangered by tired nurses, but … Keep reading…

Connecticut Dog Bites & Runaway Dogs

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March 15th, 2018

From time to time, even the best trained canine friends can run away from home. It is nerve-wracking for owners on the search for their canine companions, but it can also pose a threat to the public. Dogs who are away from their environment may get agitated more easily and pose a risk for a … Keep reading…

Connecticut Medical Board Reprimands & Disciplines Doctors

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March 12th, 2018

The Connecticut Medical Examining Board recently reprimanded one physician and disciplined two others for failing to act in a timely manner, among other things. According to Connecticut medical malpractice law, physicians who deviate from the standard of care and leave the patient permanently injured may be committing medical malpractice. A Waterbury obstetrician was reprimanded by … Keep reading…

Winter Driving Tips To Avoid A Connecticut Auto Accident

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March 4th, 2018

Winter weather conditions can make any ride nerve-wracking whether you are driving on an Interstate highway, parkway, back road, or side street. Winter weather can also contribute to Connecticut auto accidents. Following these winter driving tips could help keep you safe: If you warm up your vehicle, be sure to do it in an open … Keep reading…

Connecticut Personal Injuries & Types of Head Trauma

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March 1st, 2018

Head injuries can lead to mental impairment, permanent disability, and even death. Even mild head injuries have been proven to lead to numerous serious and lifelong consequences. Some of the most common types of head and brain injuries are: Concussion – When the head sustains trauma due to sudden movement or impact, causing the brain … Keep reading…

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