Recent Articles2023-11-07T17:10:15+00:00

GP Negligence

July 6, 2023|MEDICAL NEGLIGENCE|

Often, a GP will be the first point of contact for a patient presenting with a medical complaint or ailment. The GP's role is to appropriately identify signs of disease or injury and to make the necessary referrals for further investigations, where necessary, in a timely manner.

Cerebral Palsy

June 26, 2023|MEDICAL NEGLIGENCE|

Cerebral Palsy is an umbrella term used to describe damage to the developing brain, the majority of which occurs during pregnancy, labour, delivery and neonatal period.

Surgical Errors

June 15, 2023|MEDICAL NEGLIGENCE|

The standard of surgical care in Ireland is very high. Medical advances mean that surgeries which would previously have been deemed 'cutting edge' are now common practice and as a result, people are living longer, more active lives.

Birth Injuries

June 6, 2023|MEDICAL NEGLIGENCE|

A birth injury is a term used to describe injuries which occur due to complications which arise during pregnancy, labour, or immediately after the birth of the baby.

Cosmetic Surgery

May 31, 2023|MEDICAL NEGLIGENCE|

Cosmetic surgery, or cosmetic procedures and plastic surgery are terms which are often incorrectly used interchangeably. Similarly, people often incorrectly refer to Cosmetic Surgeons and Plastic Surgeons as being the same qualification. However, there is a difference.

Narcolepsy

May 18, 2023|MEDICAL NEGLIGENCE, PERSONAL INJURY|

Pandremix, a vaccine manufactured by GlaxoSmithKline, was used to vaccinate almost one million people across Ireland against Swine Flu during 2009/10. In addition, the vaccine was used post March 2010 in this country as a substitute for the 'flu jab' when supplies ran short.

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