Monthly Archives: February 2013

21Feb

50 Years After Disposable Needles, Dirty Injections Still Cause Infections

Posted by Baker & Gilchrist in Medical Malpractice Law, Personal Injury Law

It’s been fifty years since the medical community embraced disposable syringes. The innovation should have ushered in an age devoid of infections passed through dirty needles. Still, for one reason or another, such infections remain a major problem. Just in…

15Feb

Electronic Medical Records Incomplete, Rife With Errors

Posted by Baker & Gilchrist in Medical Malpractice Law

When the medical industry began changing over to electronic medical records, it was seen as an opportunity to bring the age-old note-taking practice into the modern age. Streamlining the records process and making your information available to other doctors in…

5Feb

‘Never Events’ More Common Than You Think

Posted by Baker & Gilchrist in Medical Malpractice Law, Personal Injury Law

If you had no idea what “never events” were in the medical field, you could surmise from the words that they rarely, if ever happen. But this assumption would be wrong. Never events, those tragic things that should never happen,…