Medical Malpractice

Brain Damage from Anesthesia

Anesthesia is a critical part of surgery and other procedures. However, there are risks, and a patient can suffer severe brain damage when an error is made. How Brain Damage Can Happen From Anesthesia Most of the risks associated with anesthesia are minor and temporary— for instance, nausea, vomiting, chills, confusion, or a sore throat. In rare cases, however, catastrophic anesthesia errors can happen when medical professionals fail to monitor patients closely. The brain needs constant blood...
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Birth Injuries Compensation, When To Take Action

Awaiting the birth of a child can be one of the most exciting times in an expectant parent’s life. Labor and delivery go as expected and healthy for the majority of women. But in a fraction of cases, there are complications. And if medical professionals don’t perform their jobs to the highest standard, your child could suffer birth injuries. Some birth injuries and complications are unavoidable. However, physician negligence or malpractice is the cause for many of...
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