How to Avoid Misplaced Nasogastric Tubes, a Serious Never Event

January 20th, 2020|Tags: , , , , , |0 Comments

Nasogastric tubes are thin polyurethane tubes that extend from the nose to the stomach and allow administration of artificial feeding and hydration as well delivering drugs to patients who are unable to swallow safely. This may occur as a result of critical illness and being unconscious or due to neurological illnesses such as after a stroke, in addition to situations where the patient is taking a sup-optimal oral intake,

A Greener Way to Manage Your Cases

December 19th, 2019|0 Comments

This month we are celebrating being an entirely paperless office helping to improve our green credentials. Being environmentally friendly is something that both myself and Inneg take very seriously. Since 2011, we’ve operated as

Making Clinical Negligence Clear by Nigel Poole Q.C.

October 25th, 2019|0 Comments

No offence to grandmothers but this quotation, often misattributed to Albert Einstein, highlights a truth that all clinical negligence litigators and experts should keep in mind. You may think you understand the principles of

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