What you should know about certified registered nurse anesthetists (CRNA) and anesthesia medical malpractice

Registered nurses with additional anesthesia training are lobbying for more authority to handle complex anesthesia cases independently

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Stroke symptoms and how doctors sometimes miss them

Successful stroke treatment is time-dependent, so don't wait around before calling 911

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My doctors discharged me from the hospital too soon. Is that medical malpractice in Texas?

Painter Law Firm's frequently asked question (FAQ) series

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Who can I sue for a drug interaction or side effect? I live in Texas.

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Untreated bedsores can lead to infections, sepsis, and death

Understaffing can lead to bedsores

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The little-known loophole Texas hospitals use to try to avoid medical malpractice responsibility

When defending medical malpractice lawsuits, many hospitals take the position that their registered nurses are little more than dunces

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Intubation, extubation, and anesthesia medical malpractice

Learn the life-threatening mistakes made by some anesthesiologists and certified registered nurse anesthetists (CRNAs)

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How long do I have to sue a hospital in Texas for medical malpractice from an injury to a child?

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Two little-known ways to protect yourself from pharmacy errors

Pharmacist mistakes may happen more often than you think

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Class action lawsuit highlights problem of surgery center infections

Many outpatient ambulatory surgery centers aren't staffed to provide proper infection control or to handle emergency complications

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