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How To Prevent Unusual Hazards in 2007

Posted by Dr. Gifford Jones on Oct 13, 2010 at 12:50 AM

Surgical errors, wrong-site surgery, blood clots

Of course you all know how to keep healthy this year. Keep active, eat healthy foods, don’t smoke, drink alcohol moderately, have regular medical, dental and eye checkups, buy a bathroom scale so there’s no burying your head in the sand about obesity, etc, etc, etc. But here are some precautions you may not have considered.

Are you scheduled for surgery in 2007? If so, there’s a sure way to circumvent a horrendous surgical error. We’ve all heard stories about surgeons amputating the wrong leg. Or fixing a hernia on the side that didn’t need it and neglecting the one that did. If you think this is past history, you had better think again.


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