Patients in hospitals and nursing homes are always at risk for developing infections, but when a simple infection turns into septic shock, the medical facility and healthcare providers may be at fault. Our attorneys reveal the kinds of negligence that can cause sepsis in patients and how you can hold the negligent party accountable in these helpful blog posts.
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Negligent Nursing Home Catheter Use Can Cause Sepsis Does your loved one need a catheter? What infections can occur? What is septic shock? Learn these answers and more if your loved one is in a KY nursing home.
Vitamin C Treatment for Sepsis Infections In recent years, various studies have looked at whether Vitamin C is an effective sepsis treatment. Find out what the studies have found here.
Negligence Causes Sepsis in Nursing Home Patients With Cancer Nursing homes owe all residents, including those with cancer, a duty of care. When that duty of care is breached, sepsis or septic shock can occur.
Kentucky Long-Term Health Complications Caused by Sepsis You know the short-term dangers of sepsis, but what could life be like after recovery from sepsis? Find out some of the long-term issues and more here.
Kentucky Nursing Home Sepsis Lawsuits Your loved one developed sepsis in a Kentucky nursing home, but can a lawsuit be filed? Find out why you should consult with a nursing home negligence lawyer.
September Is Sepsis Awareness Month Sepsis Awareness Month seeks to educate people about the dangers of sepsis. Learn how to protect your loved one in a nursing home from this deadly infection.
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