3 edition of spine and medical negligence found in the catalog.
spine and medical negligence
R. W. Porter
Includes bibliographical references.
|LC Classifications||RD768 .P657 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 184 p. :|
|Number of Pages||184|
– Staff Reporter, Portland Business Journal , pm PDT A patient who was too large to fit inside an MRI and was initially sent . Medical negligence in orthopaedic surgery: A review of consecutive medical negligence reports. Spine procedures had high impact (), representing 28% . Spinal Cord Injuries and Medical Malpractice A spinal cord injury is a terrible event. It will change victims’ lives dramatically, leaving them to deal with problems like difficulty breathing, paralysis, and often bouts of severe pain. For many years I volunteered for medical missions to needy countries in Africa, Central American and Haiti. All professional health care providers were required to have licenses in good standing in their home state or province. The host countries.
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Print book: EnglishView all editions and formats Summary: More t spinal operations are carried out in the UK every year and only careful attention to detail in the pre-operative assessment, meticulous surgical care and supervised post-operative management can ensure consistently good results.
The book will be of particular use to lawyers practising in the field of medical negligence as well as t hospital managers and their risk-assessment units. Neurologists and neurosurgeons in their clinical practice, and when acting as expert witnesses, will welcome the legal : John Garfield.
The spine and medical negligence, RW Porter, pp BIOS Scientific Publishers, £, paperback. ★★ It is a brave author who attempts to cover the major clinical aspects of spinal surgery and the litigation relating to it in one slim volume.
It is a heroic author who tries to do this in a style that will appeal Author: J A D Stewart. Genre/Form: Electronic books Case studies: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Porter, R.W. (Richard William). Spine and medical negligence.
Oxford. spine and medical negligence book Medical Negligence Hardcover – Decem by Michael Jones (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating. See all 7 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" 5/5(1). The book is not primarily targeted at clinical neurologists and neurosurgeons. The note on the dust jacket makes this clear: `The book will be of particular use to lawyers practising in the field of medical negligence as well as to hospital managers and of Author: N.
Hyman. The Spine And Medical Negligence by R.W. Porter. Bios Pub, 1st. Paperback. USED/USED. Medical negligence also known as medical malpractice is improper, unskilled, or negligent treatment of a patient by a physician, dentist, nurse, pharmacist, or other health care professional.
[ii] Medical malpractice occurs when a health-care provider strays from the recognized “standard of care” in the treatment of a patient. Spine and Spinal Cord Malpractice Cases Spine and spinal cord malpractice lawsuits tend to involve either a mistake made in orthopedic surgery or the failure to diagnose a serious problem.
Below are some of the most common examples we've seen in our law practice. Click here to return to our main medical malpractice page. Misdiagnosed Spinal Epidural. Medical negligence is the failure of a medical practitioner to provide proper care and attention and exercise those skills which a prudent, qualified person would do under similar circumstances.
It is a commission or omission of an act by a medical professional which deviates from the accepted standards of practice of File Size: KB. Critics of spinal fusion argue that the procedure is conducted too frequently. Due to the lucrativeness of spinal fusion surgery, some neurosurgeons and medical device makers may push for unnecessary operations.
A large number of failed spine surgeries stem from medical negligence regarding spinal fusion surgery. The most common instance of a. Medical Negligence Attorney. If you or a loved one has been injured as a result of any kind of medical treatment and believe that your injury is the result of medical negligence, call Dan Newlin Injury Attorneys today at.
This article has been corrected. See Postgrad Med J. August; 75(): Author: J A D Stewart. There are multiple reasons why patients sue their spine surgeons, adjunctive personnel/ consultants, and hospitals following spine surgery.
The most common reasons include: lack of informed consent. failure to diagnose and treat (e.g. preoperative, intraoperative and postoperative complications), performing negligent and/or unnecessary surgery, failure to. Textbook Binding. Condition: Very Good. Medical Negligence This book is in very good condition and will be shipped within 24 hours of ordering.
The cover may have some limited signs of wear but the pages are clean, intact and the spine remains undamaged. This book has clearly been well maintained and looked after thus far. Call () with questions about orthopedic spine surgery errors From our offices in Portland, our medical malpractice trial attorneys represent plaintiffs in medical negligence claims against physicians and health care providers throughout Oregon and Washington.
Medical negligence has caused many deaths as well as adverse results to the patient’s health. This article focuses on explaining negligence under various laws, professional negligence, medical negligence, and landmark as well as recent cases in India. Spinal cord injuries can change everything. In many cases, these catastrophic injuries can be avoided, but the case to prove negligence can become complicated.
An experienced lawyer can help you build your case and gather evidence to prove. The question with medical negligence, though, is just how much care are they required to exercise. For a road user, it’s very easy. The rules of ‘care’ are written down – usually spelled out in the road rules. But in medical negligence, there are no such clearly defined rules.
Medical Negligence: Surgical Negligence Medical Malpractice Back Surgery In November ofthe plaintiff was a healthy 35 year-old man with no significant past medical history. At that point in time, the plaintiff began treating with a physician for complaints of neck pain and right upper extremity numbness.
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There is without doubt that this is the best book on medical negligence available, but it is a lawyer's book, not one for the lay public or the doctor. It probably has only two rivals. The first is Rachel Mulheron's book. The second is Christopher Johnston's book, but on the whole, both are couple of years out of date ().5/5(2).
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Because spine injuries can cause paralysis and loss of feeling, they can be devastating, life-changing events. Compensation claims for spinal injury due to clinical or medical negligence can be unusually complex. Slater and Gordon Lawyers have the expertise and the experience to deal with the difficult medical and legal issues arising from.
Personal injuries range in severity from a mild fall to severe spine damage and traumatic brain injury. When you suffer a personal injury, it’s essential to get a medical evaluation right away, even if you feel fine.
Richard Sayegh and the team at SMART Spine Institute & Surgery Center in Arcadia, California have years of experience performing personal injury examinations/5(). Medical Negligence: Law and Interpretation Anurag K. Agarwal W.P. March The main objective of the working paper series of the IIMA is to help faculty members, research staff and doctoral students to speedily share their research findings with professional colleagues and test their research findings at the pre-publication Size: KB.
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Pet owners aren’t limited to a negligence lawsuit just because their animals were injured by the other employees in the vet’s office or hospital. Veterinary technicians and assistants are often responsible for much of the hands-on medical procedures, and their employers (the vets or hospitals) may be liable for malpractice if they allow.
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This is the first book in English on medical negligence law in China. Relying on the methodologies of statutory interpretation, case study, and socio-legal analysis, it systematically investigates and comprehensively analyses four major problems in Chinese medical negligence law that result in widespread unfairness and uncertainty: the.
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Schlachter Law Firm specializes in medical malpractice cases, especially those concerning brain and spinal cord injuries. As a former neurosurgeon, Dr. Schlachter draws on his years of clinical experience as he researches the facts of each case. Postgraduate Medical Journal [01 Jun75()] Type: book-review, Book Review DOI: /pgmj Nurses, Negligence, and Malpractice Lessons Learned from Litigation: Skin Care and the Expert Witness The Elements of a Nursing Malpractice Case, Part 2: Breach.
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They provide a thor.Medical negligence legal actions require evidence of a causal association between the alleged act of negligence and the injury outcome that is deemed “more probable than not (>50% probable).” Very often the alternative explanation for the adverse outcome, aside from the alleged act of negligence, is the natural course of the disease process Cited by: 1.Events That Lead to Neurosurgery Malpractice Claims Proper medical care begins with knowing exactly what’s wrong with a patient.
One common cause of neurosurgical malpractice is improper diagnosis, which can result when a doctor fails to perform the appropriate diagnostic studies or fails to properly interpret test results.