The administration of anesthesia to patients is one of the most delicate moments that can occur in the face of any medical or surgical intervention, especially in those cases in which the doses provided are older (although any action or proceeding in which it used can be potentially dangerous.) And is that too much of it could result in the patient with brain damage or, in worst cases even get to determine their own death. How could it be determined whether there was negligence in the administration of anesthesia? Usually in Hospitals and Clinics is carried out intensive work of documentation to assess the patient’s condition before surgery and the provision of anesthesia, performing various tests on their status after it, in order to ensure that it there has been no error that would pose a serious danger to the patient. Unfortunately, sometimes mistakes and omissions in that work documentation, expanding the scope for the occurrence of such errors and mistakes by anesthesiologists. It is necessary that the evidence in such cases, after filing a claim or medical malpractice claims, has a higher level of complexity in other cases. And is that when failures occur, the patient is sedated, and in many cases, unconscious, thereby preventing it could warn of the error first hand the medical practitioner. The damage could be caused by its use in the patient’s use of anesthesia in inadequate or excessive doses to patients could result in it: – paralysis and brain damage type. – Nerve injury.

– Paralysis in other areas of the body. In all cases, these injuries could be avoided if the anesthetist acting in a sufficiently diligent in performing their work. Subjecting the patient to various tests, including allergies, and ensure a detailed study of the case may be permitted to avoid such tragic situations. When the injury to the patient and has caused (and the damage is, therefore, actually), it (or their families if they had died as a result thereof) in any case have at its disposal the possibility of filing a Claim for damages caused by negligence committed in the Medical Center where he provided anesthesia.

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