Anesthesia Errors Lawyer in Shreveport
Were You or a Loved One Injured Because of Medical Negligence?
If a doctor or nurse administers the wrong amount of anesthesia, the resulting injuries can be permanent. Some individuals can even suffer brain damage from such an error. If you or a loved one were harmed as a result of an anesthesia error, turn to Morris & Dewett Injury Lawyers, right away.
We can begin investigating the details of your case to hold the right individuals responsible. Our team of Shreveport medical malpractice attorneys has decades of legal experience. We are committed to fighting for full and fair compensation on your behalf.
Types of Anesthesia Errors
An anesthesiologist must ask a patient appropriate questions about his or her medical history to discover any potential problems with administering anesthesia. Similarly, the anesthesiologist must also explain what may happen to the individual if he or she does not adhere to any preoperative rules (e.g., not eating prior to surgery). A failure to do either of these things could be grounds for a medical malpractice claim. Many mistakes related to anesthesia can also happen during surgical procedures.
Common types of anesthesia errors include:
- Not tracking the patient's heart rate, blood pressure, and other vital signs.
- Administering too much anesthesia to an individual.
- Intubating the individual incorrectly.
- The use of faulty or broken equipment.
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Many individuals who suffer as a result of an anesthesia error are unsure of where to turn. Their doctors and anesthesiologists should have been trustworthy, but, for some reason, they failed to meet the proper standard of care. We recognize how overwhelming it may feel to consider filing a medical malpractice claim. That's why we are dedicated to handling the legal process on your behalf. When you turn to our Shreveport medical malpractice lawyers, you can trust you will receive the personal attention you deserve.
Contact our firm today to learn more about your legal options.