Thursday, March 27, 2008

Dosage Errors Can Turn Deadly for Tiniest Patients

In late 2007, actor Dennis Quaid’s newborn twins received a dose of blood thinning medication that was 2000 times stronger than necessary. Despite the firestorm of recent media attention surrounding the Quaid case, medical experts say the problem of dosage errors has been a major concern for years – and that infants and children are at particularly high risk for hospital overdoses.’s health desk recently offered readers a series of tips to help patients and parents alike avoid dangerous dosage errors.

If you or a loved one has fallen victim to a medical error, a highly-qualified personal injury lawyer can help you understand your options. Contact the attorneys at The Heller Law Firm for a free consultation, or call us direct at 866-461-5791. You will hear from us either the same day or within 24 hours.

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