Interventional Cardiology Malpractice
Interventional cardiologists perform a variety of procedures, including placement of stents in occluded arteries and angioplasty. Some complications of these procedures, particularly angioplasty, include heart attack, stroke, coronary artery damage, kidney damage, cardiac dysrhythmias, bleeding at the insertion site, blood clots or restenosis Patients with excessive bleeding may need a blood transfusion or surgery. Patients with stents have an increased risk for developing blood clots. Blood-thinning medications, such as aspirin, Plavix, and Lovenox, must be part of a post-procedure treatment plan in order to reduce this risk, which remains considerable for up to a year after the stenting procedure. Failure of the cardiologist to monitor for, diagnose and treat any of these conditions post-procedure can constitute malpractice.
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