Intracerebral Haemorrhage Diagnosis & Treatment Errors

Intracerebral haemorrhage errors can often occur when there has been a failure to treat or manage a bleed to the brain.

In some instances, healthcare professionals can fail to control an increase in intracranial pressure which eventually leads to damage of the brain cells. This will also lead to further complications including unconsciousness or even fatality. 

Types of Intracerebral Haemorrhage Diagnosis & Treatment Errors

  • Failure to diagnose an intracerbral haemorrhage
  • A delay or failure to perform a CT or MRI scan
  • Failure to perform surgery including a craniotomy
  • Errors in prescribing medication such as anticonvulsants or diuretics
  • And other intracerbral haemorrhage errors 

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

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