Wednesday, November 01, 2006

Medical Malpractice Law: An Overview

What is Stress?
Stress may be defined as the three-way relationship between demands on people, our feelings about those demands and our ability to cope with them. Stress is most likely to occur in situations where:
1. Demands are high.
2. The amount of control we have is low.
3. There is limited support or help available for us.
Who is Affected Most by Stress?
Virtually all people experience stressful events or situations that overwhelm our natural coping mechanisms. And...

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Medical malpractice law is a branch of personal injury law that deals with pain and suffering coming as a result of gross mistakes, negligence or bad judgment on the part of a doctor, hospital or other care provider.
There are a number of issues the courts will address before deciding whether medical malpractice has occurred. For example, they...
Medical tests are valuable in diagnosing illnesses and monitoring treatments. However, used unwisely, they can cause more harm than good.

Even excellent tools can be mis-used. Here are seven "sins" of medical testing:
1. Ordering the wrong test for the right condition.
If I had a nickel for every time a doctor...

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