Emergency Medicine Malpractice
Emergency medicine providers may be sued for failure to diagnose myocardial infarction (heart attack), failure to diagnose menningitis, or other serious diseases in patients presenting to an emergency room/emergency department (ER, ED, Urgent Treatment Center). ER doctors may also fail to "diagnose" a retained foreign body.
They may be negligent if they fail to resuscitate a patient or fail to obtain hemostasis.
Time is of the essence in treating stokes with the clot-busting drug, TPA, and failure to do so can result in severe, irreversible damage, some of which could have been prevented.
Other common reasons ER treaters are sued for negligence are over-sedating patients, inappropriately intubating patients, failing to resuscitate anaphylaxis, hypovolemic shock, septic shock, or cardiogenic shock, or failing to consult.
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