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4 Dangerous Prenatal Birth Injuries for Mothers

Posted on January 14th, 2019 by Elizabeth

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Labor and delivery is the grand finale that expectant mothers anticipate. They look forward to finally meeting their newborn, but they may also have concerns about whether they will have a birth free of complications. What many pregnant women discover, unfortunately, is that there are prenatal birth injuries that can cause problems with a pregnancy […]

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Oxygen Complications for Infants: Birth Asphyxia and Overventilation

Posted on January 11th, 2019 by Elizabeth

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When an infant is deprived of oxygen for too long during the birth process, the resulting condition is known as birth asphyxia. When a newborn is put on a ventilator to regulate respiratory function, they can receive too much oxygen and this can lead to overventilation. Both too little and too much oxygen can result […]

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Is Poor Prenatal Care Responsible for Your Child’s Birth Injury?

Posted on December 24th, 2018 by Elizabeth

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Women who are trying to conceive and expectant mothers have a lot going on with their mind and body. A doctor’s support is invaluable, and trusting that you are in the hands of a good obstetrician should be a given. The administration of the standard of care throughout a pregnancy is designed to ensure that […]

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Has a Birth Injury Given Your Child an Irreversible Condition?

Posted on December 21st, 2018 by Elizabeth

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Birth injuries are tragic. One wrong decision, one poorly administered treatment, acting one second too slowly – these are things that can be the difference between life and death, between a normal life and one burdened by disability, doctor visits, and the impossibility of independence. If your child has suffered a birth injury, their world […]

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Does Your Child Have Congenital or Acquired Cerebral Palsy?

Posted on November 16th, 2018 by Elizabeth

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When the developing brain is damaged or develops abnormally, it can cause cerebral palsy (CP). This irreversible condition affects a child’s ability to control his or her muscles. Scientists believe that cerebral palsy can have congenital causes or be the result of brain damage. Knowing whether your child’s CP was preventable or not is critical […]

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