- 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: April 2015
Following the evolution of the FDA’s thinking on low testosterone therapy reminds me of the rise and fall of hormone replacement therapy for menopause.
Contact Lens Not Subject to Recall But Manufactured in the Same Facility, and Having Same Material Defect, Could Not Be Basis for Manufacturer’s Liability
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), more than 30 million people in the U.S. wear contact lenses. Contact lenses are classified as medical devices that are regulated by the FDA. Serious eye infections from contact lens use … Continue reading
The Supreme Court of Ohio recently discussed foreseeability in the context of medical negligence. The court held that foreseeability of the risk of harm may be considered when determining a medical professional’s duties, but it need not always be considered.