LNCtips.com Newsletter - March 5, 2013
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6 Ways to Emphasize the Obvious

I once submitted a report about a plaintiff's dilated aorta.  I concluded the report with a discussion about aortic aneurysms.  The attorney wrote in big red ink, "What aneurysm?  You didn't talk about an aneurysm!"  From the attorney's response, I learned that information that seems obvious to me (a dilation of 1.5 times normal is an aneurysm) may not be clear to attorneys Here are six ways to emphasize information that seems obvious to legal nurse consultants. Read More.



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