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Electronic prescriptions growing in use

In the world of medical malpractice, many different types of errors are noted. Pennsylvania residents can find themselves or their loved ones victims of errors during surgeries, missed or wrong diagnoses, improper actions during labor and delivery and more. Medication errors are another common realm of malpractice incidents. Problems can stem from multiple points along the chain including from the drug manufacturer, prescribing physician, pharmacist or medical personnel responsible for dispensing a medication.

Improved patient safety goal of new IV pumps

There can be many things that cause a medical error. Surgical mistakes, items left in a patient’s body, incorrect or even completely missed diagnoses, a medication dosage mistake and more can all turn a Pennsylvania patient into a victim. In the world of medication errors, problems can occur at many points. Injuries to patients can be traced back to the actions of a negligent pharmacist, a dangerous combination of prescriptions or a doctor prescribing the wrong drug.

Infant receives overdose of meningitis medication in hospital

Most parents want nothing more than to have a happy, healthy child. If their child becomes ill or is born with a serious medical condition, they rely on healthcare professionals to diagnose and treat the problem. Unfortunately, mistakes can occur on a number of different levels—from delayed diagnosis to failure to read a doctor’s handwriting to a negligent pharmacist making a dosage mistake. The only thing more heart-wrenching than knowing that your child will be disabled for the rest of his or her life because of a dosage error is a fatal error.

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