Gynecological Malpractice Attorney Chicago
By Dean Caras.
Gynecological operations, like any other medical procedures, involve inherent risks to the individual. Some examples of these operations involving risk include hysterectomy, ovarian surgery, tubal ligation, cystocele or rectocele repair, laparoscopic surgery, hysteroscopy, and myomectomy. In general, risks involved with these operations are significantly reduced based on the competency of the surgeon, including any pre- or post- care treatments made in addition to the surgery.
If you have sustained an injury or have been misdiagnosed as a result of negligence during a gynecological procedure, or have received an incorrect treatment prior to or after a surgery, please contact Caras Law Group today for a free consultation and case evaluation.
Dean Caras and his associates have years of experience in handling other cases such as yours, and will provide you with the necessary knowledge to move forward with your medical malpractice case.
Abdominal Hysterectomy – Signs that should alert you to call a doctor after being discharged from the hospital
- You have a fever above 100.5° F
- Your surgical wound is bleeding, red and warm to touch, or has thick, yellow, or green drainage
- Your pain medicine is not helping your pain
- It is hard to breathe
- You have a cough that does not go away
- You cannot drink or eat
- You have nausea or vomiting
- You are unable to pass gas or have a bowel movement
- You have pain or burning when you urinate, or you are unable to urinate
- You have a discharge from your vagina that has a bad odor
- You have bleeding from your vagina that is heavier than light spotting
- You have swelling or redness in one of your legs
- 10 practical, evidence-based recommendations for perioperative antibiotic prophylaxis
- Intestinal Perforation Treatment & Management
- Avoiding and repairing bowel injury in gynecologic surgery
- Creating a better discharge summary
- Cefoxitin – Drugs.com
- Antibiotic Prophylaxis to Prevent Surgical Site Infections
- Antimicrobial Prophylaxis for Surgery: An Advisory Statement from the National Surgical Infection Prevention Project
- Prevention of Surgical Site Infections
- Study of antibiotic sensitivity pattern of obligate and facultative anaerobic bacteria from cellulitis, wound infection, and abscesses (see pages 46/32 – 47/33)
- Difference between aerobic and anaerobic bacteria
- Peritonitis – Healthline.com
- Discharge Instructions for Abdominal Hysterectomy
- Cancer Care for Women – Surgical Procedures