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Blog Posts in May, 2016

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  • FDA Publishes Draft Guidance on 3D Printing of Medical Devices
    FDA Publishes Draft Guidance on 3D Printing of Medical Devices

    The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently published draft guidance regarding the 3D printing of drugs and medical devices. The guidance is long overdue, as the agency has already cleared ...

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  • Hospital
    Hospital "Tubing" Errors Can Be Deadly

    Anyone who has ever been treated in the hospital knows how many tubes are involved, even for a minor surgery or emergency procedure. Unfortunately, as San Diego medical malpractice lawyers, we are ...

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  • Infection Control Violations Found at California Hospitals
    Infection Control Violations Found at California Hospitals

    In the wake of the deadly “superbug” infections tied to tainted medical scopes, state investigations took a closer look at the infection control protocols at UCLA Ronald Reagan Medical Center and ...

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  • Subaru Warns Owners Not to Drive Recalled Vehicles
    Subaru Warns Owners Not to Drive Recalled Vehicles

    Subaru is recalling approximately 48,500 model-year 2016 and 2017 Subaru Legacy sedans and Outback wagons. Due to the severity of the defect, the automaker is warning owners to immediately stop ...

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  • Impaired Driving Accidents Spike During the Summer Holidays
    Impaired Driving Accidents Spike During the Summer Holidays

    Drinking alcohol significantly impairs a driver’s ability to safely operate a vehicle. It slows reaction time, lowers alertness, and impairs judgment. In 2012, more than 10,000 people died in ...

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  • Did You Know a Pedestrian Is Killed Every Two Hours?
    Did You Know a Pedestrian Is Killed Every Two Hours?

    The latest statistics about pedestrian accidents are alarming. In 2014, a pedestrian was killed approximately every two hours and injured every eight minutes in traffic crashes, according to the ...

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