Anesthesia Errors

The proper administration of anesthesia requires the supervision of highly trained anesthesiologists. These physicians are specifically educated to assess and monitor patients before, during and after a procedure. The administration of anesthesia may occur in a hospital or outpatient setting such as in the office of a cosmetic surgeon, gastroenterologist or other physician. The failure of an anesthesia team, in any setting, to reasonably perform a pre-anesthesia evaluation, administer proper medications or conduct a thorough post-procedure assessment can result in devastating consequences. 

Some complications that occur during the administration of anesthesia may be known or unpreventable. However, the following types of activity have supported valid medical malpractice claims:

Examples of Anesthesia Negligence

Who May be Held Liable?

In most cases, the anesthesiologist is primarily responsible for the unreasonable activity of the anesthesia team. However, depending on the factual circumstances, a surgeon, nurse, hospital or other medical staff member may share some responsibility for the patient’s care.

If you or a loved one has been injured due to anesthesia errors you may seek immediate legal assistance by contacting our Florida Medical Malpractice Lawyer at the Law Offices of Michael Barszcz, M.D., J.D serving Orlando, Florida. Mr. Barszcz is a highly experienced accident attorney and medical doctor. The consultation is free and there is no charge to discuss the facts of your claim or your legal rights.

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