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Blog Posts in July, 2008

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  • Nevada Supreme Court Says Suicide Not Willful in Workers' Compensation Case
    Nevada Supreme Court Says Suicide Not Willful in Workers' Compensation Case

    The Nevada Supreme Court issued a decision last week in Vredenburg v. Sedgwick CMS allowing surviving family members to recover workers' compensation death benefits under certain circumstances when an ...

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  • Enoxaparin and Heparin Linked to High Bleeding Risk in Cardioembolic Stroke
    Enoxaparin and Heparin Linked to High Bleeding Risk in Cardioembolic Stroke

    From IndoxConsulting.com: Using enoxaparin or heparin to bridge long-term anticoagulation therapy with warfarin for secondary stroke prevention has been associated with a high risk for serious ...

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  • Nevada Judge Allows Emotional Distress Claim in Class-Action Hepatitis Case
    Nevada Judge Allows Emotional Distress Claim in Class-Action Hepatitis Case

    Keeping up with the hepatitis cases against the Endoscopy Center of Southern Nevada, the Reno Gazette Journal reports today that patients from the center who were not physically injured may still be ...

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  • More on Methadone Overdose
    More on Methadone Overdose

    The rapid rise of the number of deaths by methadone overdose is receiving attention all over the country. Maurreen Skowran of The News & Observer reported on the increase of methadone deaths in North ...

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  • FDA addresses Methadone Dangers
    FDA addresses Methadone Dangers

    Issued back in 2006, this Health Advisory from the FDA warns against the dangers of methadone and includes important prescribing information for its safe use. FDA Public Health Advisory: Methadone Use ...

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  • Methadone Use is on the Rise, and the Effects are Deadly
    Methadone Use is on the Rise, and the Effects are Deadly

    Prescription painkiller overdose is becoming a common killer in Nevada, and nationally. According to the National Center for Health Statistics, overdoses caused by prescription painkillers are ...

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