Day: November 30, 2012

Another Study Shows High Rate Of Severe Surgical Mistakes

Hospitals use the term "never event" to refer to unacceptable surgical mistakes. "Never events" include mistakenly forg...

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A Simple Way For Doctors To Help Preemies’ Develop?

The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists issued an opinion with a surprisingly simple way to help raise ...

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Dramatic Increase in Post-Delivery Complications, Part 1

Ohio mothers may enjoy relatively good healthcare compared to many parts of the world. A new study from the federal Cen...

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Dramatic Increase in Post-Delivery Complications, Part 2

Our last post introduced alarming new research from the Centers for Disease Control. This data showed sharp increases i...

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#nikeletter: Nike’s Uplifting Cerebral Palsy Request, Part 1

As many Ohio parents know, life with cerebral palsy is often filled with difficult obstacles. Physical impairments can ...

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#nikeletter: Nike’s Uplifting Cerebral Palsy Request, Part 2

Our last post introduced the story of a young man with cerebral palsy. After years of struggling with the everyday obst...

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Placenta Accreta: With More C-Sections, More Risks

One of the big findings from the Centers for Disease Control's new research on the sharp rise in delivery complications...

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Retinopathy of Prematurity: Government Recognizes Severity

Premature births can cause a number of dangerous conditions. One of these risks is a condition known as retinopathy of ...

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Room for Improvement: Safety Initiative Cuts Birth Injury Rates

The first results of a two-year perinatal safety initiative shows that better hospital practices can sharply reduce man...

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