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POSTED ON July 20, 2020
C Section or Natural Birth: Know the Risks
Before delivery, pregnant women should have a birthing plan in place and discuss the risks of natural birth and Caesarea ...
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POSTED ON February 24, 2020
Brachial Plexus Injury at Birth
Brachial plexus injuries occur during childbirth when an infant’s neck is stretched too far to one side causing ne ...
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POSTED ON September 20, 2019
What Are the Elements of a Birth Injury Case?
There are four elements to birth injury claims: (1) the duty of care, (2) the breach of that duty, (3)[…] ...
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POSTED ON July 05, 2019
5 Common Birth Injuries Caused by Medical Malpractice
There are many types of birth injuries that stem from medical malpractice, but brachial plexus palsy, bone fractures, br ...
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POSTED ON May 22, 2019
The Failure to Recognize Fetal Distress
Doctors who fail to detect the signs of fetal distress in Indiana may be liable when birth injuries result. Signs[…] ...
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POSTED ON February 06, 2019
Jaundice in Babies: It’s Not Something to Ignore
Severe cases of jaundice can threaten the lives of infants or cause them to have permanent and debilitating brain damage ...
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POSTED ON January 21, 2019
Unnecessary Induction of Labor Raises Risk for Birth Injuries
When labor is induced unnecessarily, the risk of birth injuries increases. There are medical situations where the benefi ...
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POSTED ON November 07, 2018
When Postpartum Pain Isn’t Normal [infographic]
Failure by doctors to promptly diagnose postpartum pain from hidden injuries can lead to chronic pain and side-effects, ...
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POSTED ON August 06, 2018
What Women Should Know If They Are On Valproate [infographic]
Valproate is FDA-approved to treat various conditions, including migraine headaches, bipolar disorder, and epileptic sei ...
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POSTED ON July 06, 2018
What Parents Should Know About Hypoxic-Ischemic Encephalopathy [infographic]
Hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy occurs when an infant does not receive enough oxygen or blood during delivery or the pos ...
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