The ABC Birth Injury Blog | Reiter & Walsh, P.C.

New MRI Scoring System May Help Counsel Parents of Kids with HIE

New research released June 16, 2017 in Pediatric Neurology validates a new clinical MRI scoring system for hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy (HIE). This new scoring system can help medical practitioners more accurately counsel parents about what their child’s short- and long-term outcomes may look like and help guide treatment and therapy decisions for the child. MRI Injury…

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Pregnancy Spotlight: Cholestasis - Reiter & Walsh

Pregnancy Spotlight: Cholestasis of Pregnancy

Every day, our nurses and attorneys receive calls from expectant mothers with concerns about symptoms they’re experiencing during their pregnancy. They’re curious if their symptoms are normal, and they wonder what their next steps should be. Patients should always visit a medical professional with concerns like these and receive appropriate care for maternal-fetal conditions and…

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Will My Child Need 24-Hour Care? Considerations for Round-The-Clock-Care in Children with Birth Injuries

Children with neurological dysfunction due to brain injury at birth may have a range of health complications. In some cases, children with milder brain injuries may have less severe impairments, but in other cases, the extent of disability may be more severe. Health situations can change as children grow, as well. For example, the brain…

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Pregnancy Spotlight - Group B Strep - Reiter & Walsh

Pregnancy Spotlight: Group B Strep

Every day, our nurses and attorneys receive calls from expectant mothers with concerns about symptoms they’re experiencing during their pregnancy. They’re curious if their symptoms are normal, and they wonder what their next steps should be. Patients should always visit a medical professional with concerns like these and receive appropriate care for maternal-fetal conditions and…

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