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The information provided below is for general informational purposes only and does not constitute legal advice. Furthermore, state laws are constantly in flux. Always consult with your attorney or other legal professional for any legal advice.
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For decades, doctors have used forceps to assist them during challenging deliveries. A forceps delivery will typically be considered if the physician is having a difficult time reaching the baby’s head or the mother is exhausted and cannot effectively push the baby out. However, a number of conditions must exist in order for forceps to be safely used, including the cervix being fully dilated, the baby’s head is fully engaged in the pelvis, and the second stage of labor has commenced.
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A major impediment to reducing incidences of medical malpractice is the lack of transparency required by healthcare providers. There is usually very little information, other than their own marketing propaganda, readily available that can be used by patients to properly evaluate a medical facility or hospital.
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A recent research letter published in the Journal of American Medical Association's Archives of Internal Medicine suggest that less than 5% of medical malpractice claims filed ever make it to verdict, and plaintiffs rarely succeed in medical malpractice suits that do make it that far.
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Mar 13, 2015
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Overwhelmed with strange medical terms? Here is some common terminology when it comes to birth injuries.
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