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Risks and Precautions for Mothers with Cholestasis of Pregnancy

Birth Injury Attorneys Assisting Victims with Cholestasis of Pregnancy Claims in New Jersey During pregnancy, a woman’s body goes through miraculous changes as the fetus grows. Every stage must occur at the right time and under the right conditions for a healthy baby to be born. Unfortunately, pregnancy complications arise that affect the health of […]

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Sunburns, Children, and Skin Cancer: What Happens if Your Child is Misdiagnosed

Pediatric Skin Cancer: An Unexpected and Unfortunate Reality Summer sun signals family time, a long-awaited break from school, and long days in the sun for many children and their families. While so many good things come to mind when we think of summertime, one unfortunate and frightening reality looms over the hot weather and sunshine: […]

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Key Considerations for Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy for Cerebral Palsy

Explore the Details, Benefits, and Potential Risks of Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy Treatment for Spastic Cerebral Palsy According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, cerebral palsy (CP) is a movement and balance disorder affecting the muscles, which may be weak, uncoordinated, or stiff, and is one of the leading childhood motor disabilities. Spastic CP […]

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The Role of Progesterone in Avoiding Preterm Labor

Those at risk of giving birth prematurely may be considered good candidates for progesterone hormone therapy, an often used tool for warding off contractions and the unintended consequences of preterm childbirth. Progesterone, a sex hormone, is responsible for many growth and reproductive functions in a woman’s body, including menstruation, pregnancy, and breastfeeding. Two primary pregnancy […]

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Utility of Botox for Birth Injury and Cerebral Palsy

Understanding the Medical Purposes of Botox for Birth Injuries Botulinum Toxin, or Botox, is best known for fighting wrinkles. Botox injections paralyze facial muscles to prevent wrinkling or smooth wrinkles. However, most people probably are unaware that Botox treats a variety of conditions, such as neck spasms, lazy eye, incontinence, migraines, and sweating, among other ailments. […]

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Medications and Treatments for Children with Birth Injuries

In the last two years, the infant mortality rate increased for maternal complications and infection, two of the top ten leading causes of infant fatalities. The causes of birth injuries vary, from premature birth to maternal conditions, such as infection or prolonged labor. Fortunately, ample medications and treatments exist to prevent, improve, or manage birth injuries and […]

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Meeting Your Child’s Educational Needs After a Birth Injury

Special Education Resources and Options Allow Children with Birth Injuries to Thrive in an Educational Environment while Meeting their Specific Needs. When birth injuries occur, the damages may not unfold until later. Many birth injuries involve the baby’s oxygen deprivation during labor, or infection, or other neurological and physical damage affecting the brain or body […]

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What are the Potential Hazards of Using Acetaminophen OTC if You are Pregnant?

Acetaminophen, or paracetamol (APAP), is a non-opioid over-the-counter (OTC) pain reliever (analgesic) and fever reducer (antipyretic) standard to many households. Anyone who has ever experienced mild or moderate muscle aches, headaches, osteoarthritis, toothache, menstrual cramps, or flu has probably reached for a bottle of Tylenol, the most recognized acetaminophen. The medication produces a cooling effect […]

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Enduring Impacts of Birth Injuries for Life

Every birth is miraculous, considering all of the biological processes that must come together to launch a new life. Fortunately, most deliveries occur without problems. And yet, when a problem arises, the emotional, psychological, and financial damages can be enormous. In addition, when medical mistakes cause birth injuries, the emotional and economic consequences can be […]

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If My Newborn is Dropped in the Hospital, What are my Rights in NJ?

A birthing scene is buzzing with doctors, nurses, and family members rushing around the delivering patient. With such commotion, it is not unusual for accidents to occur, though it is less common for a doctor or nurse to drop a newborn unintentionally. Whether a doctor in a hospital or a medical professional at a birthing […]

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    If your child suffered an injury, complications, or a medical condition resulting from medical negligence, you may have grounds for a pediatric malpractice or birth injury lawsuit. Learn more.

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    If a doctor, nurse, hospital, or other healthcare provider failed to provide adequate care for your child and they suffered harm, you can pursue compensation for medical expenses, pain and suffering, and more. Find out about damages.

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