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Knee Injuries

Knee Injuries Names and some details have been changed in this real case. Sean O’Reilly’s eyes widened in shock as he saw the truck heading directly towards his car. The impact caused him to experience pain in his head, neck, [...]

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The Hospitalist

The Hospitalist “Bill, I’d like to introduce myself. I’m Dr. Miller, your hospitalist.” According to a recent issue of Hospitals and Healthcare Networks, an emerging new breed of doctors is beginning to take over inpatient care. The hospitalist is a [...]

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Hospital Acquired Pressure Ulcers: The Risks

Hospital Acquired Pressure Ulcers: The Risks Litigation over hospital-acquired pressure ulcers represents a significant fraction of a medical malpractice attorney’s case load. We frequently receive requests for nursing experts to review liability issues associated with pressure sores. The issues have [...]

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Unlocking Medical Records

Unlocking Medical Records The law firm where you work has just signed on a new client. The case involves client injuries and consequently, will entail obtaining and analyzing medical records. What does a nonmedically trained paralegal or legal assistant do? [...]

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Top Ten Ways to Evaluate Chronologies

Top Ten Ways to Evaluate Chronologies Chronologies may be prepared by a legal nurse consultant to achieve many objectives. For example, a chronology may intend to focus on precise timing of events, correlate several factors, define deviations from the standards [...]

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