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Diagnostic errors continue to rise

If going to the hospital for surgery fills you with fear, you are not alone. Patients in Georgia and beyond often cite losing control of the situation while under anesthesia as a primary cause for concern. Many people had a fear of the uncertainty that accompanies going under the knife long before news reports began to reveal how frequently surgical errors lead to the injury and death of patients.

Busy and crowded emergency rooms could be bad for your health

If you have sought medical care in a Georgia emergency room, you know how busy these facilities can be. Emergency rooms can be crowded and stressful, and while you are there to get medical help, it could actually be bad for your health. There are links between overcrowded ERs and medical errors. 

Do I have a medical malpractice claim on my hands?

You, like many other Georgia residents before you and just like you, needed medical help. You did what you were supposed to do and went to the doctor. You got a diagnosis and agreed to the prescribed treatment. Now, you feel worse off than you were before. This has left you wondering if something went wrong and if you have a medical malpractice case on your hands.

Catastrophic injuries could occur from objects left after surgery

Undergoing surgery is a major ordeal. Due to health issues within your body, doctors and other medical staff need to conduct an operation in hopes to remedying the issue, learning more about it or at least lessening the negative impacts of the problem. While you may have at least one of these hopes in mind when it comes time for surgery, you may also worry about the possible negative outcomes.

Violent impacts can cause violent injuries

Whether you saw it coming or not, the force of the impact was violent. If you remained conscious when your vehicle came to a stop, you probably began taking stock of your surroundings and yourself. Shock and adrenalin may not allow you to feel the true impact of any injuries.

Unnecessary surgery is just one example of medical malpractice

As medical treatments evolve over time, illnesses that once needed to be treated by surgery can now be treated by less invasive measures. New research from Minnesota may suggest that treatment options for colon cancer may become less invasive for some patients moving forward.

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