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The Beasley Firm Receives Annual 2021 Super Lawyers® Honors

Every year, U.S. News releases its Super Lawyers® ratings, a consumer reference that highlights attorneys across multiple practice areas who have shown high levels of achievement over the past year. The Beasley Firm has consistently had lawyers appe ...

Reducing Infant Brain Injury Risks with “Neonatal Cooling”

What is Neonatal Cooling? Infants who experience oxygen deprivation during delivery are at risk of suffering a brain injury. Neonatal cooling treatment is also referred to as hypothermia therapy or head cooling. It is used to keep a baby’s head or ...

What’s the Difference Between Fetal Malposition and Malpresentation?

Differentiating Between Fetal Position and Presentation While fetal malposition and fetal malpresentation may sound like they are the same, each has different characteristics. One thing they have in common is that when not appropriately addressed dur ...

Can a C-Section Prevent Birth Injuries?

What is a C-Section? A Cesarean delivery (C-Section) is a surgical procedure to deliver a baby through an incision in the abdomen and uterus. Many C-sections are scheduled in advance, and in some situations, recommended if the mother had a prior C-se ...

What Is Birth Trauma?

It is common knowledge that giving birth can be very painful; for this, most expecting mothers are prepared. However, many people are unaware of birth trauma, a psychological condition occurring in the postpartum period that is very similar to post-t ...

The Beasley Firm Attorney Re-Appointed to Disciplinary Board

Every lawyer has a duty to fight for justice, not just for their clients but for the community as a whole. Attorney Dion G. Rassias is proud to accept his re-appointment to the Pennsylvania Disciplinary Board, where he will work with 11 other profess ...

Nitrous Oxide During Labor: Helpful or Harmful?

What is Nitrous Oxide? Nitrous oxide is a colorless and odorless substance that you may also know as “laughing gas.” While most think that dentists only use this pain relief method, medical professionals sometimes use it to alleviate feelings of ...

What Are the Risks of Receiving an Epidural?

What is an Epidural? An epidural is a common form of pain relief used during labor. The combined analgesic and anesthetic pain relievers are administered through a tube in the back. Once it kicks in, the medication will block pain signals that go to ...

Can Newborns Have a Stroke?

A perinatal stroke is, many times, the result of a blockage or breakage of a blood vessel in the brain. It can occur in the womb or within the first month of birth, resulting in brain damage. Sadly, the signs of a stroke in a fetus or newborn baby ma ...

Cerebrospinal Fluid Leaks: An Underdiagnosed Brain Injury

What is a Cerebrospinal Fluid? Cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) is a clear liquid surrounding the brain and spinal cord. CSF supplies nutrients to the brain and spinal cord and also provides cushioning for the brain inside the skull. Thin layers of tissue m ...

Neurologic Complications of Anesthesia

Understanding the Risks of Anesthesia General anesthesia is a necessary component of surgical procedures to ensure patients do not feel pain during surgery. Being put under general anesthesia can be described as being in a state of very deep sleep. A ...

How Common are Emergency Room Errors?

How Emergency Room Errors Happen According to a recent study by De Gruyter (an independent international academic publication), it is estimated that medical errors cause roughly 250,000 deaths each year in the United States. The research su ...

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