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Medical Malpractice

How a medical device spread cancer in women


By Kyle Bachus

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April 28, 2016

In the United States, doctors perform approximately 600,000 hysterectomies each year. A medical procedure, called morcellation, was developed to reduce the size of an enlarged uterus so it could be removed through a minimally invasive procedure known as laparoscopic surgery. The introduction of power morcellation made the procedure easier for physicians and was used extensively…

Hospital mistakes may be putting you and your family at risk


By Kyle Bachus

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December 18, 2015

When you go to a hospital, you think they’ll make you better, not make matters worse. Unfortunately, statistics show this is not always the case. In fact, preventable medical mistakes are the third leading cause of death in the U.S., right after heart disease and cancer, and claim the lives of an estimated 440,000 Americans…

Medical Malpractice Caps Don’t Benefit Patients


By Kyle Bachus

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May 19, 2010

The American Medical Association and many physicians have been lobbying for medical malpractice reform for quite some time now. They tried to have medical malpractice reform included in the recently passed healthcare reform bill, but were not successful. Their stance is that medical malpractice caps would reduce healthcare costs because they would reduce the practice…

The Price of Medical Malpractice


By Kyle Bachus

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April 7, 2010

Errors committed by medical professionals are much harder to stomach than those made by people in any other profession. Doctors are the ones we depend on to keep us healthy, and to make us healthy when we’re ill. They are the last ones we expect to make us sicker, or, worst of all, to kill…

Hepatitis C Virus Hits Colorado


By Kyle Bachus

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September 18, 2009

When most of us go to a medical facility for a procedure, we expect to come home feeling better than when we went in. We expect to have our broken bones set, our cancer treated and our faulty hearts repaired. What we don’t expect is to come home infected with the Hepatitis C virus. But…

Are You Stuck in 1988? Compensation for Victims of Medical Malpractice Is.


By Kyle Bachus

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April 9, 2009

Do you still wear that awesome pair of MC Hammer pants you bought at the Chess King? Or, maybe you are still sporting a mullet, mall bangs, or have a line shaved into the sides of your head… Do you still watch Thirtysomething, religiously? You can’t get enough of the Golden Girls? Do you find…

Medical Mistakes Effects 1 in 15 Children


By Kyle Bachus

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April 12, 2008

On the heels of the highly publicized story of Dennis Quaid’s newborn twins’ near fatal accidental overdose of Heaparin, a newly released study in the April issue of Pediatrics journal, claims that nearly one of every fifteen children suffer from a medical error, accidental overdose or bad drug reaction while hospitalized.

Important Tips to Help Prevent Medical Errors From Happening to You


By Kyle Bachus

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January 23, 2008

There are an estimated 44,000 to 98,000 people that die in U.S. hospitals each year as a result of medical errors. Medical errors are one of the Nation’s foremost reasons of death along with car accidents, breast cancer and AIDS.

New Colorado law will show doctor’s malpractice history online


By Kyle Bachus

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January 2, 2008

A new state law called The Michael Skolnik Medical Transparency Act requires doctors moving to Colorado, and soon all doctors, to disclose any medical malpractice judgments on a website.

Former Employee at Porter Adventist Hospital Sentenced for Patient Contact


By Kyle Bachus

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December 21, 2007

On Thursday, December 20th, Ralph Vincent Martin was sentenced to 60 days in jail for unlawful sexual contact with a patient at Porter Adventist Hospital in Denver.

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