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Nursing home injuries due to falls could be inaccurately reported

When an Ohio family places a loved one in a nursing home, they expect there to be professional treatment and proper care. However, nursing home injuries can happen for various reasons, including falls. If there has been an injury, it is important that a full investigation be conducted to determine what happened.

Registered nurse accused of diluting morphine in nursing home

Nursing home residents in Ohio and around the country often rely on medications like morphine to manage their pain, and they can suffer greatly when these drugs are interfered with. This is what prosecutors say happened at a Virginia nursing home in August 2018. A Maryland man who was employed by the Chesapeake facility as a supervisory registered nurse has been indicted by a federal grand jury for tampering with a consumer product. He is said to have used saline solution to dilute the morphine prescribed to a patient.

What to know about nursing home injury cases

Those who make a complaint against an Ohio nursing home will need to provide as much evidence as possible that the facility did something wrong. For instance, it is a good idea to show that a patient endured physical pain and suffering because of a nursing home's negligence. Those who file complaints will also want to show that an individual will incur future medical expenses because of an injury experienced while at a given facility.

What are the stages of pressure sores?

Pressure sores (also known as "bedsores") are a common problem among seniors and people who are suffering from conditions that leave them bedfast. The pressure of their own bodies against the mattress they're on literally causes the tissue in their skin and muscles to break down, causing painful sores that can turn necrotic very easily.

A lack of staff training can lead to nursing home neglect

Ohio residents may be interested in learning about the arrests of three women working in a nursing home. Two patients who had dementia were fighting. Instead of calming the patients down and making them feel safe, the three women working at the nursing home reportedly encouraged the physical altercation between the patients.

Don't let your loved one suffer emotional abuse in nursing care

When you entrust your beloved relative to a nursing home or assisted living facility, the last thing you'd expect to find is their picture splashed all over social media -- especially when they're being mocked and assaulted for someone's amusement.

Bedsores, an all-too-common nursing home injury

If you have a loved one in a nursing home in Ohio, you may be worried about the possibility of abuse and neglect. Unfortunately, cases involving one or the other have been reported even at the highest-rated facilities across the U.S. This is why you will want to know what the common signs of abuse and neglect are. Take, for instance, bedsores.

Are those bruises on your mother a sign of nursing home abuse?

Imagine this: You go to visit your mother at the nursing home and find her arms covered with bruises. She shrugs off your questions and doesn't seem to have an explanation for the marks. You ask the nurse on duty about them and are told, "That happens to old people. Their skin is just so thin."

Audit: elder care complaints not being properly investigated

Ohio residents who have a loved one in a nursing home should know that elder abuse and neglect are always possible no matter how highly rated a facility is. Not only that, but the reports of such abuse and neglect often go for months without a formal investigation.

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