Brain Damage Diagnosis & Treatment Errors

Brain damage can result from many different conditions or injuries. It can also arise during surgery or birth and is therefore crucial that treatment is performed correctly as well as managed efficiently.

Many errors can arise including failing to diagnose and treat brain damage as well as failing to monitor medication which has been previously prescribed.  

Types of Brain Damage Diagnosis & Treatment Errors

  • Failure to diagnose brain damage
  • Brain damage caused during surgery  
  • Failure to use an intracranial pressure monitor
  • Overdose of medication leading to brain damage
  • Birth asphyxiation resulting in cerebral palsy
  • Head injuries resulting from poor care by healthcare professionals
  • And other brain damage errors

Types of neurological problems resulting from brain damage:

  • Memory loss
  • Slurred speech 
  • Vomiting 
  • Confusion or unusual behaviour 

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

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