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Surgical Errors

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There is nothing simple about having a surgical procedure done. Both patients and medical professionals take extreme precaution to ensure a smooth pre-operation, operation, and post-operation. Yet, even with extensive training and important routines to avoid them, doctors, nurses, or surgeons regularly make mistakes. If any medical professionals have fallen below the accepted and expected standards of care and cause their patient to sustain injuries that have a negative impact, you may be entitled to compensation.

Common types of surgical errors can be having the wrong operation performed, a foreign object being left inside the body after an operation, or the wrong part of the body operated on.

Additional surgical errors may be:

  • Nerve Damage
  • Gastric bypass surgery errors
  • Unnecessary surgery
  • Cardiac catheterization injuries
  • Stent procedure injuries
  • Angioplasty injuries
  • Cardiac bypass injuries
  • Surgery on the wrong patient
  • Anesthetic drug negligence
  • Piercing vital organs

The information in this article is not meant to steer you away from having a necessary surgical procedure out of fear; We want to bring light to the fact that even medical professionals can make errors and there is an option for when they do.

McMillen Law Firm has dedicated itself to supporting people who have been the unfortunate victim of medical malpractice. If you or someone you know have experienced negligence, call us at 800-974-4929, email info@mcmillenlawfirm.com, or fill out the contact form here. We are easy to talk to and would love to know more about your case.

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Surgical Errors - Florida Medical Malpractice
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Surgical Errors - Florida Medical Malpractice
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There is nothing simple about having a surgical procedure done. Both patients and medical professionals take extreme precaution to ensure a smooth pre-operation, operation, and post-operation. Even with extensive training, it is not unusual for doctors, nurses, or surgeons to make mistakes.
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