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April 2017 is UK Limb Loss Awareness Month. Here, Ben Lees looks at the purpose of the initiative and the social media campaign that is being run alongside it.
A blog containing useful information on the purpose of compensation in medical negligence claims and the different types of compensation that may be claimed for loss of a limb.
A blog exploring the subject of pain and giving examples of medical negligence cases relating to different type of pain.
Every year thousands of patients undergo lower limb amputations but struggle to come to terms with the outcome; a new study looks at patient experience and expectations.
A study demonstrates that following guidelines for foot care in diabetic patients can reduce the incidence of amputation.
Amputation resulting from medical negligence can be caused in a variety of ways such as misdiagnosed critical limb infections or delayed treatment for meningitis. The failure to effectively diagnose and treat these illnesses can have devastating consequences for patients and their families who, as a result, are faced with adjusting to life without limbs.