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Medical Device Causes Infections
Medical Device Causes Infections

Olympus Corp. and two other medical device suppliers have been under fire recently after a rash of patients were infected by bacteria that were transmitted to them when doctors used reusable duodenoscopes (a type of gastrointestinal scope), the LA Times reports. While ...

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Blog posts in June, 2015

  • Defending Against Medical Malpractice Claims

    Many doctors, hospitals and other medical professionals will face a medical malpractice claim at some point. After dealing with the initial shock and ...

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  • Rear-End Collisions in South Carolina

    Rear-end collisions are a fairly common type of accident. A host of factors, including heavy traffic and distracted driving make rear-end collisions a ...

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  • When Truck Drivers are Negligent, Accidents Can Happen

    Automobile accidents involving semi trucks are some of the most serious, devastating and damaging types of accidents on the road, largely due to the ...

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  • Texting And Driving In South Carolina

    As smartphones have rapidly gained popularity, especially amongst younger drivers, texting and using a phone while driving has become one of the ...

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  • Dogs Attacking Mailmen in South Carolina

    It sounds cliche, but dogs really do attack mail delivery people when they drop off the mail. The problem is quite serious. In fact, the United States ...

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  • Bedsores: A Sign of Nursing Home Neglect

    When nursing home residents suffer from bedsores , also known as pressure ulcers, it is almost always a sign that some sort of neglect, nursing home ...

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  • Nursing Home Video Surveillance Bill Introduced

    Senator Paul Thurmond of Charleston introduced a bill in the South Carolina legislature that would allow residents’ families to place video ...

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  • Hydroplaning Tractor Trailers Cause Disastrous Accidents

    According to a report, multiple tractor-trailers crashed on Interstate 95 in Hardeeville, South Carolina after one of the trucks hydroplaned. The ...

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  • Nursing Home Abuse

    According to the Centers of Medicaid and Medical Services, which collects data on nursing homes , nearly 1.5 million Americans currently live in ...

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