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December 2014 Archives

Patient may lose leg following surgery gone wrong

The health of any given person in New Jersey can likely be linked to the overall quality of his or her life. When a surgery gone wrong inflicts further damage to a patient, it's often common for other areas of that individual's life to suffer as well, including both at home and professional professionally. When an injured patient seeks compensation through a medical malpractice suit, the goal is often to address the physical, emotional and financial aspect of the suffered injury. 

Hospital negligence may have caused surgery error

When a New Jersey patient suffers because of a healthcare worker's negligence, most people expect that he or she will be disciplined in some way. A victim and her family may be confused after hospital negligence apparently played a role in her surgical error. Although the hospital acknowledged the mistake, no disciplinary action was ever taken.

Surgery gone wrong may have caused premature birth

From minor procedures to urgent operations, going under the knife may seem like just another routine occurrence in the hospital. No matter how New Jersey patients perceive it, surgery is still a serious and possibly life-threatening endeavor. A surgery gone wrong can result in serious complications that often require further medical care and treatment.

Patient alleges surgery gone wrong led to hip replacement surgery

Advances and revolutionary technology may have reshaped the way that the medical world functions, but most of these updates and changes still take the steady hand and keen mind of a knowledgeable healthcare provider to keep everything on track. Even a seemingly minor human error can derail a procedure or technique and put New Jersey patients at risk. An apparent surgery gone wrong in another state may have been the result of a surgeon's error.

The right support is necessary after an emergency room error

It may not be that uncommon for serious injuries to occur around the holidays. Typically, family and friends congregate in small areas, eat a lot of food and somebody's uncle may have had one too many drinks. When someone ends up hurt or sick on a holiday, there is usually no other option but to visit an emergency room for treatment. Unfortunately, an emergency room error can be more than a serious damper on the holiday spirit -- it can be deadly.

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