Cerebral Edema Diagnosis & Treatment Errors

Cerebral edema is typically known as swelling to the brain caused by numerous conditions and illnesses. It requires prompt treatment to avoid life changing and life threatening implications.

Errors usually arise with regard to treatment and whether it was given at the correct time or whether there was a significant delay. Similarly, there may also be instances where there has been a delay in  performing surgery to help alleviate intracranial pressure. 

Types of Cerebral Edema Diagnosis & Treatment Errors

  • Failure to diagnose swelling (edema) to the brain
  • Delay in noticing the cause of the swelling
  • Failure to perform CT or MRI scan
  • Failing to relieve intracranial pressure
  • And other cerebral edema errors

Cerebral edema can result from many conditions such as:

  • Brain Tumours
  • Traumatic Brain Injury
  • Ischemic Strokes
  • Intracerebral Haemorrhage
  • Bacterial Infections 

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

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