Brain Aneurysm Diagnosis & Treatment Errors

Brain aneurysm errors occur where there has been a delay in diagnosis or a failure to correctly treat the condition especially in the early stages before leading to a rupture.

This can often lead to severe complications and even fatality, therefore it is imperative healthcare professionals are able to respond quickly to the onset of symptoms.

Types of Brain Aneurysm Diagnosis & Treatment Errors

Although most healthcare professionals provide an exceptional service, there may be instances where errors occur due to mismanagement of a brain aneurysm. This may include:

  • A delay in diagnosing a brain aneurysm
  • Prematurely being discharged from hospital without treatment
  • A delay in treating a brain aneurysm
  • Failure to perform surgery within a reasonable period of time
  • A delay in providing active observation for possible rupture of an aneurysm
  • Failure to perform preventative treatment to stop an aneurysm
  • A delay or failure to provide rehabilitative therapy
  • And other brain aneurysm errors 

If you or a loved one has suffered from a brain aneurysm and endured further surgery, further deterioration of health and or long term injury, Mistreatment.com may be able to assist.

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