Osteomyelitis Treatment & Diagnosis Errors

Osteomyelitis errors usually arise from failing to diagnose or treat the condition to an expected standard. In some instances, there may be a failure to carry out blood tests or take relevant samples to diagnose the condition and to determine what treatment is required. This can lead to further complications which can be life threatening. 

Types of Osteomyelitis Treatment & Diagnosis Errors

  • A delay in diagnosing osteomyelitis
  • A delay in performing prompt treatment
  • Failure to confirm diagnosis through imaging and microbiological investigations 
  • Failure to perform surgical debridement
  • A delay in treating complications such as septic arthritis, overlying soft-tissue cellulitis, bone abscess or fracture
  • And other osteomyelitis errors 

If you or a loved one has suffered from osteomyelitis related 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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