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Gerry Oginski's New York Legal Blog

This blog is designed to educate and inform you about recent news and how it may impact your legal case in New York. I have provided commentary and opinion and welcome your comments to keep the conversation going.

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5/9/2016
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Atrial fibrillation Drugs May Increase Dementia | NY Lawyer

People need regular blood tests to make sure their warfarin levels are in the therapeutic range. New York Medical Malpractice Attorney shares insights

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4/13/2016
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Can Vitamin D Mend a Broken Heart | NY Injury Lawyer

Researchers were concerned with a measure known as ejection fraction. New York Medical Malpractice Attorney Gerry Oginski shares this BBC news report.

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4/14/2015
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Are Heart Attacks and Height Related?

New research in the New England Journal of Medicine shows that people who are shorter have a higher predisposition towards getting a heart attack.

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2/22/2015
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Heart attack patients often don't get aspirin en route to ER

Researchers found paramedics gave aspirin to 45 percent of patients.Black, Asian and Hispanic patients were more likely than white patients to receive aspirin

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10/18/2014
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Being Overweight Influences Heart Function- New Study

Researchers have announced that there are obvious differences in the shape and function of hearts among obese and normal-weight children. The study also showed

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8/29/2013
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Excellent Protocol for Heart Valve Issues

Bloomberg states, “People with damaged mitral valves, which allow blood to flow backward in the heart, live longer and healthier lives if they get immediate surgery to repair

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11/16/2010
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Faulty Heart Defibrilators-Cardiac Negligence

Newsday reported today that the Food and Drug Administrations wants manufacturers of heart defibrilators to fix the faulty devices. The FDA reported yesterday that heart defibrilators have been faulty and crippled by design flaws for many years. They noted that these cardiac defibrilators have failed to work in life-and-death instances. In 2009 there were...

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