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Communication failures may lead to preventable medical mistakes
Communication failures may lead to preventable medical mistakes

Many times, it may be hard to pinpoint a child’s ailment. Children may lack the verbal skills to describe what hurts, or the type of pain they’re experiencing – i.e. is the pain dull? sharp? throbbing? Young children may not know how to accurately describe how something ...

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Blog posts in Delays in diagnosis

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    Medical malpractice occurs when a health care professional, whether a doctor, nurse, or other medical staff acts below the standard of care (fails to ...

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