April 2011

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What are the dangers of phoned in prescription orders and how might they lead to a case of medication error in Kentucky?

While it might be easier to have a prescription phoned in, there are potential dangers to this which could lead to a case of medication error in Kentucky. If you have been injured because of a mistake with your medicine that you believe is related…

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What questions should I ask about a new prescription in the event that the Louisville pharmacy or doctor made a medication error in prescribing it?

To protect yourself, there are a number of important questions you should ask when you receive a new prescription so you can potentially avoid being the victim of a medication error. In the event that you have already been injured due to an error with…

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How are drug names frequently confused and how might that lead to a Kentucky medical malpractice claim?

When drug names are confused it can result in serious or even life-threatening injuries. This may lead an individual to file a Kentucky medical malpractice claim, in order to pursue compensation for injury-related expenses. Drug names can be confused when they sound or look alike….

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Medication Errors that Could Result in a Kentucky Medical Malpractice Claim

Some of the most dangerous and potentially life-threatening injuries are those resulting from a mistake with a prescription drug or a medication error in a Louisville hospital. When a medication error results in injury or illness, you may be able to pursue compensation through a Kentucky…

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1 of KY’s 10 “Worst Nursing Homes” Loses Access to Medicare

April 26, 2011 – Paducah, KY – In a report from Fox 19, 1 of the 10 so-called “worst nursing homes in the state” of Kentucky has lost access to Medicare payments, leaving the future of 85 residents up in the air. Back in November…

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9 Alabama Deaths a Result of Infected IV Bags

In a report from CNN Health, 9 Alabama deaths at different hospitals across the state were the result of infected IV bags. Additionally, 10 other patients were also infected with what officials believe was bacteria discovered inside the IV bags. While a medication error can…

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