Failure to Monitor

Failure to Monitor a Patient's Condition

Medical professionals are responsible for monitoring the condition of patients both during and after surgery. During surgery, minor shifts in a patient's condition can quickly deteriorate, producing disastrous consequences. If hospital equipment isn't working properly or if doctors and medical staff are inattentive to fluctuations in a patient's condition, the hospital or staff members may be liable for any resulting injuries.

Complications can also develop after surgery. These may include internal bleeding, blood clots, respiratory and heart problems, and serious infections. Failure to check vital signs, conduct and correctly interpret medical tests, and perform additional treatment when necessary may make physicians liable for post-operative complications.

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If you believe you have been the victim of surgical errors, Pittsburgh-based Goldberg, Persky & White, will help you determine what has happened. If surgical mistakes are the cause your pain and suffering, our medical malpractice attorneys in Pennsylvania will fight aggressively to pursue just compensation. For a frank discussion of your legal situation, contact our attorneys today.

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Last Updated: January 26, 2017. 02:43:19 pm.