Hypoxia Management & Treatment Errors

Hypoxia can arise in many conditions especially if they are not managed correctly. In some instances, healthcare professionals can fail to monitor the patient which can lead to devastating implications leading to hypoxia.    

Types of Hypoxia Management & Treatment Errors 

  • Complications arising during the administration of general anaesthesia
  • Failure to respond to signs of an irregular heartbeat or poor function of the heart muscle after cardiac arrest, which eventually leads to inadequate oxygen supply
  • Fetal Hypoxia during or after delivery (including cerebral palsy)
  • Very low blood pressure following haemorrhage during surgery 
  • Misprescription resulting in a drug overdose
  • And other hypoxia errors

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

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