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Dangers of distracted doctoring: Part 2

As discussed in the previous post, more and more hospitals are integrating the latest technological gadgets into their practice of medicine with the goal of improving patient care. While technology has the ability to improve patient care, it can also hurt patients if the doctors end up more focused on

Dangers of distracted doctoring: Part 1

As more technological devices are used in hospitals, the level of patient care may go up in some cases, but in others may go markedly down. This is because more and more doctors are becoming distracted by the very devices that are supposed to be improving the practice of medicine

What is excessive newborn jaundice?

This blog will discuss several different birth injuries in the next five posts in order to shed some light on these conditions. The first condition to be discussed is excessive newborn jaundice. Some conditions in newborns are common, but if a physician fails to spot and treat a common ailment

What is Erb’s palsy and shoulder dystocia?: Part 2

The previous post began to discuss brachial plexus birth injuries, Erb’s palsy and other nerve injuries as part of a five-part series on birth injuries on this blog. The first post in the series discussed excessive jaundice and kernicterus in newborns. Brachial palsy can result from shoulder dystocia, which occurs

What is Erb’s palsy and shoulder dystocia?: Part 1

This blog will discuss several different birth injuries in five posts in order to explain what is involved in these conditions. In the previous post, excessive newborn jaundice was discussed. The second and third post in the series will discuss brachial palsy, Erb’s Palsy, brachial plexus injuries and shoulder dystocia.

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