Miami Gastric Bypass Malpractice Attorney

This Miami Gastric Bypass Surgery Malpractice Attorney Offers Help in Desperate Times

Anthony Quackenbush is a Miami Gastric Bypass Surgery Malpractice Lawyer who helps the victims of medical malpractice. A gastric bypass surgery (also referred to bariatric surgery or “stomach stapling”) is a procedure designed to cause overweight people to lose weight. In the procedure, the stomach is typically divided into two separate sections. Each of these sections is then attached to the intestines.

The effect of the gastric bypass procedure is to limit the size of the stomach. This effectively limits the food intake of the patient, which regulates his or her weight – which is the goal of the gastric bypass operation.

However, there are several severe risks to a gastric bypass surgery. These include infections. Gastric bypass operations can lead to severe infections, and it is the job of the surgeon to follow up with the patient after the procedure to make sure that infection doesn’t result. If the surgeon doesn’t do this and an infection results, the doctor will be responsible for the harm caused.

To speak to Mr. Quackenbush about your case for free, call him at 786-294-7711 today if you’ve been injured by a gastric bypass surgery that occurred anyplace in Florida (including West Palm Beach, Palm Beach County, Broward County and Fort Lauderdale).

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Certain people are candidates for gastric bypass procedures, and certain people are not candidates – for various reasons. If a surgeon decides to perform a gastric bypass surgery on a patient who is not a candidate for that procedure and catastrophic effects result, then the doctor will be liable.

Anesthesia errors/mistakes also frequently occur during gastric bypass surgeries. These include giving too much anesthesia (which can result in comas and vegetative states), not giving enough anesthesia (which can result in a state of “anesthesia awareness” in which the patient is conscious and aware of what is happening but cannot move or express this to the doctor), giving the wrong type of anesthesia, given anesthesia to a patient who is already on medications that don’t interact well with the anesthesia, intubation errors, and IV/intravenous-line errors/mistakes.

Intubation errors occur when the anesthesiologist places a plastic tube into the patient’s windpipe in order to help with breathing during a gastric bypass procedure. Intubation errors can cause injuries to a patient’s windpipe, throat, esophagus, or mouth. Intravenous (IV) line errors/mistakes can cause injuries to a patient’s skin.

During a gastric bypass surgery, a surgeon may also operate in an unsanitary environment, using unclean hands or dirty tools. If this occurs, an infection may result and the doctor will be responsible.

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Statistically, about one out of every fifty patients will pass away as a result of a gastric bypass surgery. If this occurred to your loved one, you may be able to pursue a medical malpractice wrongful death case on your loved one’s behalf. In this case, you or another relative will typically be appointed as the “personal representative” (PR) of the estate. Your loved one’s survivors/beneficiaries of the estate will receive the proceeds from the case.

If the small intestines isn’t properly attached to the stomach during a gastric bypass operation, all sorts of problems may result later. These include internal bleeding and hemorrhaging, which also can cause death.

A gastric bypass procedure can cause all sorts of other problems – these include digestion problems, lack of nutrition intake, iron or vitamin B-12 deficiency, calcium deficiency, and protein malnutrition.

This Miami-Dade County Gastric Bypass Surgery Malpractice Law Firm will Talk to you about your Case at no Charge to you

Call Mr. Quackenbush at 786-294-7711 if you’ve been hurt due to a gastric bypass surgery that happened anyplace in Miami-Dade County (including Aventura, Coral Gables, Cutler Bay, Doral, Florida City, Hialeah, Hialeah Gardens, Homestead, Key Biscayne, Miami Beach, Miami Gardens, Miami Lakes, North Miami, North Miami Beach, Opa-Locka, Palmetto Bay, Pinecrest, South Miami, and Sunny Isles Beach). This Miami Gastric Bypass Surgery Malpractice Law Firm can help you through your difficult times.

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