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Study Finds Link Between Spinal Anesthesia During Labor and Autism Spectrum Disorder

Did you know that a new medical study has detected a possible link between spinal anesthesia used in some types 0f labor and delivery (“L&D”) and with the later development of Autism Spectrum Disorder?

“Textured-Surface” Breast Implants and Cancer

“Textured-Surface” Breast Implants and Cancer Each year thousands of women undergo breast implant surgery for a variety of reasons, with many such implant operations performed following mastectomy for breast cancer. In these operations, a pouch roughly the shape of the patient’s natural breast and containing saline, silicon or some other substance is inserted into the cavity left by the removed breast tissue and the remaining natural skin is over-sewn to recreate the normal size and shape of the breast. Regardless…

Class Action and Mass Tort Lawsuits

Class Action and Mass Tort Lawsuits Everyone has seen the “lawyer ads” that urge you to contact a toll-free number if you have been injured by using some particular product or medical device. But did you know that many of the lawsuits filed in such cases are classified as either class action or mass tort lawsuits rather than as individual personal injury lawsuits? In today’s post the class action/mass tort lawyer at The Doan Law Firm will explain the similarities…

Weight Loss Surgery and Medical Malpractice

Weight Loss Surgery and Medical Malpractice At The Doan Law Firm, we are shocked by the number of medical malpractice cases that come to our attention which involve bariatric (weight-loss) medicine, particularly surgical procedures that are intended to alter the patient’s digestive system. In many such cases the operating physician 1) had not tried non-surgical weight-loss interventions (e.g. dietary restrictions and exercise programs) prior to surgery, 2) failed to inform the patient of the risks associated with surgery involving any…

GE Healthcare Vital Signs Device Recalled

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration announced earlier this month that it has notified healthcare professionals of a Class I recall of the GE Healthcare Vital Signs Hygroscopic Condenser Humidifier Passive Humidification Device for Vital Signs Anesthesia Breathing Circuits. The Class I recall, the FDA’s most serious, confirms the concerns the FDA has about the product, which is sold as a part of the Vital Signs anesthesia breathing circuit and is used to maintain moisture in the patient’s airway during…

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