Monthly Archives: September 2014

16Sep

Too Much Anesthesia: When Simple Procedures Turn Critical: Indiana

Posted by Baker & Gilchrist in Medical Malpractice Law
If you were injured due to anesthesia mistakes, the medical malpractice lawyers at Baker and Gilchrist are here to help

When a patient undergoes major surgery, he or she is administered a powerful anesthetic and will be “under” until the surgery has been completed. Each patient will need a specific quantity and type of anesthetic. Determining how much anesthetic is…

8Sep

Should Nurses Be Whistleblowers?

Posted by Baker & Gilchrist in Medical Malpractice Law
whistleblower protection for nurses

As a nurse, there will probably be at least one point during your career when you observe some type of incident that you believe puts a patient at risk. Hospital never events and wrong operations are examples of errors that…