Ambulatory surgical centers have grown in popularity in New York and throughout the country in the past decade. Patients perceive them as providing a friendly,
Reuters (5/29, Dye) reports that Boston Scientific was ordered by a Delaware court on Thursday to pay $100 million to a woman who claimed injuries
A class I recall was issued in April, 2015, for all HeartWare Ventricular Assist Systems (VAS) currently in use. The HeartWare VAS helps deliver blood
it weren’t so frightening and deadly, it would be laughably ironic: people go to the hospital to get better, but many end up contracting life-altering
Everyone makes mistakes. Chances are, there’s not one person reading this who hasn’t committed an error at work. However, when most employees make a mistake,
We trust our surgeons to take the utmost care with procedures because they are highly trained and have taken an oath to “first, do no
Very unfortunate medical news was released in early June that showed a link between a mother’s use of SSRI type drugs and the presentation in
In anticipation of the upcoming merger of Zimmer and Biomet, Zimmer is preparing to shut down its dental headquarters in Carlsbad, California. The upcoming $13
Going to the hospital is supposed to fix what ails you, still it seems that with each subsequent study comes more and more evidence that
Plaintiff, a union-affiliated laborer, worked on the Niagara County Community College in Sanborn, New York. Workers loaded up a flatbed with several 300 pound windows
It’s a tragedy unlike any other a parent can experience. You carry a precious life for nine months, nurturing it and planning for its future.
When you go to the hospital, you expect the doctors and nurses to do everything in their power to give you the best care available.