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August 2013 Archives

Oncologist allegedly gave unneeded chemo for financial gain

Healthcare professionals in Providence and all throughout the nation take an oath to practice medicine with integrity. They also vow to maintain professional and ethical standards at all times. Their focus is on healing and preventing injuries, so it usually comes as a great shock when medical personnel put their own interests above those of their patients.

Nurse allegedly gave pain medication to newborn in error

Unfortunately birth injuries in Providence are not uncommon. Babies have delicate body systems, so even one wrong move by neonatal doctors and nurses can lead an infant on a lifelong course of sickness or disability. For a parent, it is distressing to see your child placed in harm’s way by the same individuals who are supposed to care for them. However, it is almost equally as upsetting to face a load of medical bills due to an error that could have been avoided.

Failure to diagnose leaves 6 year old brain damaged, parents say

When your health is failing, you likely turn to Providence medical professionals to help guide you toward finding a diagnosis. Symptoms are studied, and blood tests, scans and biopsies are ordered with the aim of assisting a doctor in identifying the illness in a time-sensitive manner. The faster the diagnosis, the quicker you or a loved one can be healed.

Woman endures pain after routine surgery was allegedly faked

Surgical mistakes are unfortunately a common occurrence. Providence surgeons work long hours and often under stressful situations. The strain that is placed on their mind and bodies can lead them to perform at subpar levels which will result in seriously negative consequences for their patients. In the news stories abound about medical equipment left inside the victim, failure to properly monitor the patient as well as careless surgeons who acted unprofessionally.  However, you don't often hear about a surgeon being so careless that they don't actually perform a surgery while claiming they did.

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