- Independent Duties Hospitals Owe Patients: Direct Liability for Medical Malpractice
- Skin Antiseptic Chlorhexidine: Defense against Infection Comes with Risk
- Is Stillbirth Medical Malpractice Success Directly Proportional to Weeks of Pregnancy?
- Are Medical Lien Prices Evidence of Reasonable Value of Medical Services?
- Laparoscopic Gallbladder Removal: Minimally Invasive Procedure with Significant Risks
Monthly Archives: March 2015
Following up on its December publication of a final rule that sets standards for how information about using medicines during pregnancy and breastfeeding is presented in the labeling of prescription drugs and biological products, the FDA reviewed a number of … Continue reading
While on the East Coast March’s first Scalpel Weekly News was timely for its article on deaths from hypothermia, on the West Coast, the FDA’s announcement about infectious duodenoscopes resonated with our daily headlines. On March 4, Cedars-Sinai announced a … Continue reading
As of February 3, 2015, the CDC was aware of more than 40 patients who had received infusions of Wallcur simulated saline solution. These products are not sterile and should not be injected in humans or animals. Some patients experienced … Continue reading
In most medical malpractice cases related to treatment in a hospital setting, a fairly standard interrogatory posed by plaintiffs to hospitals is a request for the production of any incident reports created in relation to the plaintiffs’ treatment. Courts have … Continue reading