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Archive of: Medical Negligence

East of England Ambulance Trust (EEAST) – A service in crisis

Once again, the East of England Ambulance Trust (EEAST) is making the headlines for all the wrong reasons. Speaking in the House of Commons last week, North Norfolk MP - Norman Lamb - raised a number of concerns about EEAST, after he met with a senior whistle-blower within the trust.

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Prescription drug addiction – a growing problem.

Public Health England announced last week that they are launching a review into the “growing problem” of prescription drug addiction.

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What is an Obstetric Anal Sphincter Injury? (OASI)

During childbirth it is extremely common for women to experience some degree of tear or graze.

Some women however, suffer more serious tears that are known as third and fourth-degree tears – ‘obstetric anal sphincter injuries’ (OASI).

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A&E: Patient safety is being compromised

Performance of ambulances in the East of England was the second worst in the country for the period 20th November - 31st December 2017.

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Medical Negligence Glossary

Morgan Jones Pett Solicitors are Highly Experienced Specialists in Medical Negligence Claims.

Here is a glossary of regularly used Medical Negligence terms.

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When will the NHS learn from mistakes?

Sara Westwood comments on a report published recently by NHS Resolutions who handle claims on behalf of NHS Trusts.

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How laboratory tests can diagnose cancer in the blood

September is Blood Cancer Awareness month.

You may be surprised to learn that more people die from blood cancer than breast cancer and prostate cancer.

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Late or misdiagnosed Prostate Cancer

David Jones discusses the late or misdiagnosis of Prostate Cancer

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GMC action against rogue cosmetic surgery

The body which regulates UK doctors is bringing in new guidelines for cosmetic procedures aimed at stopping rogue practitioners. Doctors who break the rules could be struck off the medical register.

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