Maternal and Fetal Medicine Malpractice
Medical malpractice cases concerning a baby born with catastrophic injuries following the motherís uterine rupture when attempting to deliver vaginally after a past Caesarian section procedure are common in this field. A spontaneous uterine rupture can be life-threatening to both mother and baby and is an is an obstetric emergency. Pain is a diagnostic sign of uterine rupture. A non-reassuring fetal heart rate pattern with decelerations or bradycardia is another sign of uterine rupture. Failure to adequately monitor fetal distress, failure to timely perform a caesarean section, failure to properly respond to signs of fetal distress during third trimester of pregnancy, failure to intervene and expedite delivery by performing caesarian, failure to prescribe antibiotics for pre-term labor are other examples of causes of action for malpractice cases against maternal fetal medicine providers.
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