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- VBAC – Vaginal Birth after Cesarean
Most women who have had a previous C-section birth can deliver their next baby vaginally. However, some women will be in danger of a birth injury from VBAC. This article discusses the risks and what women contemplating VBAC need to do to prepare for a safe delivery.
- High Risk Pregnancy, Birth Injuries, and Birth Defects
High risk pregnancies include risk types such as women with abnormal weight, multiple pregnancies, premature birth, etc. Doctors need to pay close attention to a woman and infant with a high risk pregnancy.
- Epidural Injuries during Delivery
Before you decide to have an epidural, it is important to understand the risks involved, including what injuries epidurals can cause to both you and the baby.
- Erbs Palsy and Brachial Plexus Birth Injury
Children with Erb's palsy often have partial or total paralysis of their hand, arm, or face. The most common cause of Erb's palsy is dystocia, which happens from a brachial plexus injury during a difficult childbirth.
- Common Types of Post-Operative Injuries
Common post-operative injuries that individuals should know about before undergoing surgical procedures.
- Undiagnosed Pregnancy Complications Can Threaten Mom and Baby
Pregnancy and childbirth complications are on the rise in the US.
- Developmental Delays and Developmental Disabilities in Children from Medical Malpractice
If your child is significantly slower in achieving developmental milestones such as walking, talking, or self-care skills compared with other children of a similar age, this may be a sign of a developmental delay. This article discusses developmental disabilities and potential causes.
- Medical Errors Can Be Prevented and Patient Safety Improved
Although medical literature frequently reports computerization of medical records, barcoding for medications, evidence-based medicine, and other approaches can reduce medical errors, practitioners and institutions have not embraced them very speedily.
- Traumatic Brain Injuries to Babies from Medical Malpractice
Traumatic brain injuries sometimes happen to newborn children as a result of medical malpractice. Traumatic brain injuries in babies can lead to developmental disabilities, cerebral palsy, and many other lifelong medical conditions.
- Surgery Injury from Surgery Malpractice
Each year thousands of people are injured or die from surgery malpractice. Patients are injured or die from complex emergency surgeries as well as common routine surgeries such as plastic surgery or weight loss surgery. This article will discuss surgery injuries from medical negligence.