For the report Massachusetts Commonwealth Care premiumPrescription Drug Error One reported in 10 patients of the six community hospitals in Massachusetts experienced serious and preventable prescription medication errors, according to a report on Thursday in the New England Healthcare Institute and the Massachusetts Technology Collaborative published The Globe. For the report, researchers examined the medical records of 4,200 randomly selected patients in six community hospitals between January 2005 and August 2006 included. The researchers looked at how often order a order a brand-name drug when a generic was available, whether intravenous administration of a drug was used when oral tablet was available and whether doctors.
Following Auerbach, it is unclear when the information is published online, because the public health department and any other agency are considering combining different quality on a single site (Smith, Boston Globe.
, 2007. Files Consumer Fraud Class Action Against Advanced Medical Optics for False Advertising Contact Lens Solution – announced Lieff Cabraser Heimann & Bernstein, LLP , and Moscone, Emblidge & Quadra that Southern California-based Advanced Medical Optics was a defendant in a consumer fraud and false advertising class action named. The case of Maria Ruiz v. Advanced Medical Optics, was submitted today. In California State Superior Court in Orange County Maria Ruiz brought the complaint on their behalf and on behalf of all California consumers, AMO Complete Easy Rub Multipurpose Solution Formula , a contact lens cleaning and disinfection product have bought.
The class action lawsuit, a variety cures for AMO, including the return of money to consumers Easy Rub, as well as to acquire changes to the labeling and advertising of the product..Control and Prevention extension of reducing recurrence diabetic foot ulcers.
Results appear in the August issue of the Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery. ‘ be the return of of ulcer an important concern for patients and their physicians, ‘says investigator Michael J. Miiller, associate professor of physical therapies.
Through his links with Barnes-Jewish and St. Louis Children being hospital the School of Medicine connected at BJC HealthCare.. ‘ If that wound do not cure is there a greater risk that a patient around a a part or the whole of the foot to be amputated the trial show that an extension of the Achilles tendon may be who a dramatic affect on the problem of ulcer recurrence . – According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention thatn 17 millionen Amerikaner Diabetes.