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For years doctors have prescribed a type of progesterone to pregnant women who were considered to be at high risk

Many medical malpractice cases come down to whether or not the doctor or hospital deviated from the standard of care

While doctors in delivery rooms have to rely upon their instincts, overconfidence can sometimes blind them to potential risks inherent

In September 2009 when an expectant mother went into labor, neither she nor her husband knew very much about vacuum

Last week in this space we talked about the serious risk posed to newborn infants, particularly those babies that are

X-rays and other advanced radiological techniques can provide doctors with vital information to treat their patients. But, as you likely

A new study to be published in the Journal of Pediatrics concludes that a decrease in the percentage of infants diagnosed with

A new study has found that women who have high blood pressure during pregnancy have an increased instance of strokes

Approximately 50,000 people worldwide are blind because they were born prematurely before their eyes had fully developed. This condition known

In a move that is, at least partially motivated by the fear that photos and videos would end up in

A recent study indicates that prenatal surgery to address a form of spina bifida results in better outcomes for the

Just a few weeks ago, on the 11th of February, a pregnant woman who already had a three-year-old son checked

An Ohio woman has filed a lawsuit against a Cleveland hospital and two doctors alleging medical malpractice related to a

Terbutaline is a popular treatment used by doctors in an attempt to help pregnant women carry a pregnancy to full

A recent study finds that having a person present with the mother to provide continuous support resulted in shorter labors,

At the Donahey Law Firm, our lawyers have been trusted by personal injury victims across Ohio for more than 40

A recent study examines the potential dosing errors that can occur when medical facilities attempt to administer very small but

A recent study from the Johns Hopkins Children’s Center suggests that nitric oxide treatment may not reduce premature infant mortality

More than four years ago, a young mother held her newborn triplets in her arms for the last time. The

A recent Study reports that the overall rate of U.S. women who die as a result of anesthesia during childbirth

A report released by the Centers for Disease Control showed a reduction in the premature birth rate and a large

Evan Williams is a nine-year-old who loves to play football, soccer, golf and basketball. Although he has cerebral palsy and

Medical malpractice lawsuits are responsible for less than 2.5 percent of the total cost of U.S. health care, according to

Two recent studies point to the importance of communication between patients, doctors, nurses and pharmacists. While it seems like a

A new study indicates that a drug combination therapy may help patients with traumatic brain injuries. Bloomberg Business Week reports

In 2007, actor Dennis Quaid’s newborn twins were nearly killed by a preventable medical error at a hospital. The boy

That knock on the head you received as a child could be the cause of many current ailments, from alcoholism

Each year, more than 50,000 women in the U.S. are diagnosed with a non-invasive breast cancer that may never evolve

A seven-month-old baby boy was at Cincinnati’s Children’s Hospital Medical Center for an open heart surgery to correct a heart

Many in the medical community are advocating for increased transparency and full disclosure of information as a way for doctors

More Ohio doctors’ clipboards will soon be replaced with electronic tablets, thanks to $53 million in federal stimulus funds. A

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