A recent warning about the problems that can arise when oxytocin is used to induce labour will hopefully lead medical professionals to reconsider how the drug is used in Canadian hospitals, says Toronto medical malpractice lawyer Aleks Mladenovic.
As the Edmonton Jounal reports, the Canadian Medical Protective Association (CMPA) reviewed 74 cases between 2002 and 2012 involving the administration of oxytocin during labour and found problems including "delays in detecting, appreciating and acting...
Thomson, Rogers is pleased to support Spinal Cord Injury Ontario along with Real Artists Reaching Everyone (R.A.R.E.) Theatre Company in their presentation of Borne. A play featuring people with spinal cord injuries who share their own hilarious and heart-breaking stories and explore the myths and preconceptions about living with a disability.
"The humanity and resilience of nine remarkable people comes shining through", "The message is one of hope" - TORONTO STAR
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