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Blog Posts in February, 2012

  • Unsterilized surgical tools may cause medical malpractice issues

    Imagine you go into the hospital for a surgery that is expected to have a six-week recovery period. The initial surgery seems to be successful but two weeks after the operation you experience unexpected pain that suggests something is quite wrong. At the emergency room you are told that you have a serious infection caused by the surgery. Unfortunately, lethal infections caused by dirty surgical ...
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  • Number of teen driver fatalities may be on the rise in Florida

    Generally speaking, teen drivers are more likely to get into car accidents than drivers who have been behind the wheel for years. Legislators, safety officials and those in law enforcement have tried to reduce the number of teen deaths related to car accidents by enacting measures like graduated licensing laws. A recent study shows that after years of progress, teen driver deaths may be on the ...
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  • Swerving for an animal can make a car accident more likely

    We have discussed many Florida car accidents involving animals in previous posts, including the recent accident in which a Dade City woman was killed after swerving to avoid a dog. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says that 173 people died in 2009 due to animal-related accidents and that another 12,000 crashes caused personal injuries that year, which is the most recent year that ...
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  • Actos Associated With Bladder Cancer

    In June, 2011, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) released a warning that the type 2 diabetes drug Actos may be associated with an increased risk of bladder cancer. Studies have suggested that the increased risk of bladder cancer is as high as 40% for individuals who have taken Actos for more than twelve months. In response to these concerns, the FDA ordered that the U.S. labeling of ...
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  • Dental Product Manufacturer Shut Down After FDA Violations

    The U.S. Food and Drug Administration closed the medical product operations at Accurate Set after several violations at the manufacturing plant. The New Jersey company is accused of violating several quality control standards required for the manufacture of dental products. The FDA has said that Accurate Set also failed to maintain a system for tracking and reviewing customer complaints of ...
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  • Spring Break Hotspots in Florida See Surge in Outrageous Behavior

    The Florida Keys have a new distinction according to - the city is home to the trashiest spring break. Other Florida cities such as Miami, Fort Myers and Daytona Beach also made the magazine's list. In some ways, making the trashiest list is the least of the worries for law enforcement officers and local officials. A large concern surrounding the influx of spring break tourists is ...
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