Anesthesia Errors in Florida
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Not many people realize it, but one of the most dangerous parts of a surgical
or medical procedure is actually administering anesthesia to patients.
This process is so complicated and must be done with such great precision
that anesthesiologists – professionals who have dedicated their
careers to anesthetics and their use – are required. Just like any
other member of a hospital's staff, though, an anesthesiologist can
make critical mistakes and end up seriously harming the patient.
If anesthesia is administered incorrectly, any of the following consequences
and more may occur:
- Awareness during surgery
- Painful vomiting
- Acute hyperthermia
- Delirium or memory loss
In some cases, patients who have been administered anesthesia improperly
fatal consequences. We encourage you to discuss your case with our Florida medical malpractice
lawyer to understand your options.
Forms of Anesthesia Errors
As the science of anesthesia is incredibly precise, so must be the practitioners
in charge of overseeing its use. An error that might at first seem insignificant
can quickly result in extensive harm and dire concerns. When this happens,
the anesthesiologist, or perhaps the
hospital itself, needs to be held accountable for the patient's needless suffering.
Anesthesia errors are sometimes caused by the following actions:
- Providing not enough anesthesia
- Administering too much anesthesia
- Using regional anesthesia on the wrong body part
- Failing to recognize an allergy to anesthesia
Letting No Patient Suffer Needlessly
At David C. Rash, P.A., our Florida medical malpractice attorney and his
team in Weston are dedicated to upholding the rights of the wrongfully
injured. We have set our sights on
medical malpractice cases all around Florida with the hopes of improving the lives of the
people in our communities, and those afflicted by negligent practices
the world over. Sometimes people will only learn from their mistakes if
they are held accountable for them, and that is exactly where filing a
claim on your behalf comes in.
Formore than 25 years, we have been putting the needs of our clients first. We believe our
success is due in part to our skills and professionalism, and part to the way
we care for the people who come to us for support. We are also pleased
to say that we work on a no recovery, no fee basis – we do not want
to get paid unless we win you a settlement.
Let's discover your legal options today in a
free consultation – you have nothing to lose and so much to gain!
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