Typically, a patient in Ohio suffering from malignant pleural mesothelioma receives psychological care similar to those who suffer from advanced lung cancer. Patients of both forms of cancer complain of concern for their families, the poor attitudes of health-care providers and fear of death. While the two cancers have some similarities in physical and emotional needs, studies show that patients with MPM also have marked differences.
Parents in Ohio may be noticing more precautions in place to ensure the safety of children than in past generations. Car seats, warning labels and food ingredients are just a few examples of efforts made to protect children from harm. In addition to these, just before the holiday shopping begins in earnest, the Consumer Product Safety Commission publishes its report of toys and toy-related injuries. Manufacturers of toys that cause injury to children risk the possibility that a parent may file a product liability claims.
When motorcycles clash with larger vehicles, the motorcycle rider is seldom the winner. Car accidents involving motorcycles often result in life-changing injuries. One Ohio woman was recently hospitalized after her bike was struck by a car. While she was fortunate to survive the collision, her life may never be the same.
A pesky and persistent bacteria called, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, is commonly found in hospitals. This water born bacteria is known for causing serious infections, some resulting in death. The truth is, hospital-borne infections, such as this one, can be deadly, but they are also easily preventable if medical centers take proper precautions.
Ohio is a high-risk state for asbestos-related disease due to the major industries here. Unfortunately, symptoms from asbestos exposure take a very long time to show. Even though steps are being made to decrease the risk of asbestos exposure, those exposed in the past may still face the consequences in the future.
When someone in Ohio receives a diagnosis of mesothelioma, the prognosis is usually bleak. Mesothelioma often shows no symptoms until the cancer has progressed to its later stages. Because it may present with flu-like symptoms, mesothelioma is sometimes misdiagnosed until the point at which treatment options are limited. Those options, when applied aggressively, along with positive lifestyle changes, may add time and quality to a patient's life.