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March 2018 Archives

Patient poll evaluates medical mistakes

Despite an understandable desire to trust wholeheartedly in the care provided by doctors, nurses and other medical providers, Washington State residents know that they need to be proactive about their health care. This means they have to be aware of the fact that mistakes can and do happen. A poll conducted of patients by a group at the University of Chicago took a look at just what people have been experiencing in terms of medical errors today.

2 types of errors that occur in emergency rooms

The Seattle area is home to some of the finest hospitals in the country. Many residents and tourists go to the emergency rooms when they are suffering from serious ailments and life-threatening injuries. The professionals they must rely on for treatment are the ones that might cause them further harm. 

Medical malpractice: Find out what happened to your loved one

Imagine you brought your husband or wife to the medical facility for a routine surgery, but something went wrong and your spouse died on the operating table. No one seems to know why and your doctor won't give you a straight answer. The only information you get is, "Sometimes things like this happen."

Study highlights lack of error reporting

If you are like most people in Washington State, you want to believe that those you look to for health care for yourself or a family member will always have the patient's and family's best interest at heart. In most cases, this is likely true but there are times when it may not be the case. A lack of putting the patient first may be evidenced in a number of ways and one of these is not just about making a mistake.

What should expecting mothers know about uterine ruptures?

Expecting mothers in Seattle like you all wish that their children are born in perfect health. Unfortunately, complications can occur and accidents can happen in the heat of the moment. Uterine rupture is one such possible childbirth injury that can have potentially catastrophic results.