Post-Operative Hemorrhage

Fort Lauderdale Post-Operative Hemorrhage Attorney

If you’ve been the victim of a post-operative hemorrhage, contact this Fort Lauderdale Post-Operative Hemorrhage Lawyer today. Hemorrhage is medical term that refers to bleeding or blood escaping from the circulatory system. Hemorrhaging can occur after a surgical procedure. If this happens to you and you believe it occurred due to a doctor or other medical provider’s negligence, then you may be able to pursue a case against the doctor or medical provider.

A post-operative hemorrhage may occur for a variety of reasons. For one, an injury may occur during the surgical procedure. For example, the surgeon may puncture an organ in the body. If this occurs, the injured organ may bleed during or after the procedure. A post-operative hemorrhage may also occur if there is improper wound care after the surgical procedure.

If the procedure is an “open” procedure, typically the body is opened up in order to allow the surgeon access to whatever organ or tissue is being operated on. The wound that is created in order to open the body up must be properly cared for after the procedure. If it isn’t, then the wound may continue bleeding afterwards.

Post-operative bleeding can occur immediately after a surgery. This typically occurs when a surgeon makes a mistake or error during a procedure (for example, puncturing a body part).

On the other hand, post-operative bleeding can result much later after a procedure. Oftentimes, it won’t be initially noticed that the bleeding is occurring. The patient him or herself won’t notice it until much later.

For a free, no obligation consultion, contact Mr. Quackenbush at 786-294-7711. He will gladly talk to you about your case for free.

If Mr. Quackenbush becomes your lawyer, he will work on contingency. This means that there will be no charge to you unless a recovery is made in your case – so there is no risk to you.

Desperately-Needed Assistance Provided by this Fort Lauderdale Post-Operative Hemorrhage Lawyer

Blood is meant to coagulate or clot. This is what allows the body to stop bleeding after an injury. If there are problems with your body’s normal clotting mechanisms after a surgical procedure, your body may start bleeding. Oftentimes, it is hard to predict if this will happen. As such, it is important for a surgical patient to be properly monitored after a surgery. Surgical patients should not typically be discharged immediately. After all, if a surgical patient is discharged immediately, he or she cannot be properly monitored for hemorrhaging. Internal bleeding may begin, and there may be no way for the patient to be aware of it. The consequences of this can be devastating.

If you were discharged quickly after a surgical procedure (rather than being properly monitored in the hospital or other medical facility where your procedure occurred) and you experienced hemorrhaging afterwards, then you may have a medical malpractice case against the hospital or medical facility that discharged you.

This South Florida Post-Operative Bleeding Attorney Directs Clients

Post-operative bleeding can occur immediately after a surgery. This typically occurs when a surgeon makes a mistake or error during a procedure (for example, puncturing a body part).

On the other hand, post-operative bleeding can result much later after a procedure. Oftentimes, it won’t be initially noticed that the bleeding is occurring. The patient him or herself won’t notice it until much later.

Contact this Broward County Post-Operative Bleeding Law Firm Today!

After becoming your attorney, Mr. Quackenbush will work on contingency. This means that there is no risk to you as Mr. Quackenbush won’t get paid for his work until you’ve received compensation in your case.

Contact Mr. Quackenbush at 786-294-7711 for a free, no obligation consultation. He will gladly talk to you about your case at length for free.

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