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09/27/22   |   By

Seven Common Medication Errors in Nursing Homes

Washington, DC medical provider working at desk with pill bottle in foreground

There are seven common medication errors in nursing homes. Nursing homes take care of our society’s most vulnerable members. The elderly and permanently disabled may reside in these facilities. Like […]

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03/20/20   |   By

Dangerous Practices at Chain Pharmacies Could Increase the Risk of Medication Error

Medication errors are unfortunate, potentially deadly incidents that affect over a million Americans annually. Medication errors are a subset of preventable medical errors, the estimated third leading cause of death […]

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03/11/20   |   By

Tracking Your Loved One’s Prescriptions And Ailments When They Can No Longer Do So Themselves

Multiple diagnoses and treatment plans make it difficult for even the most clear-headed and responsible individuals to handle suggested medications and other interventions. Add disorganization or mental incapacity to the […]

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02/05/20   |   By

How to Protect Yourself And Your Family From Dangerous Pharmacy Mistakes & Omissions

Prescription drug use is on the rise, with Mayo Clinic data revealing that over 70 percent of Americans currently take at least one prescribed drug. If you’re among today’s prescription-reliant […]

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06/08/09   |   By

Window for Clot-Busting Drug tPA Opened | DC Metro Area Medical Malpractice Law Blog

Posted by: Salvatore J. Zambri, Esquire The American Heart Association/American Stroke Association has established a new guideline, based on European studies,  concerning when a clot-busting drug known as tPA can […]

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