Wrong Side Surgery Mistakes By Tod Aronovitz | 05/10/19 | 0 Comment

At least 1,000 times per year, surgeons perform operations on the wrong side of a patient’s body. In most instances, this involves surgery on the brain, hips, legs, and arms. Considered the most serious of all medical errors, victims suffer needlessly due to the negligence of a surgeon and other healthcare professionals. However, if you or a loved one has been the victim of a wrong-side surgery mistake, a Miami malpractice attorney at Aronovtiz Law[…]

Leaving Objects in a Patient’s Body By Tod Aronovitz | 05/03/19 | 0 Comment

Thousands of incidents occur every year involving surgical patients leaving the hospital with surgical instruments or foreign objects being accidentally left in their bodies. These are known as retained object cases. The retained objects commonly consist of sponges, towels, needles, wires, clamps, retractors and even surgical gloves. They can cause severe pain and infection. They may even lead to the cause of a patient’s death.  Issues involving retained objects are entirely preventable. Someone, usually a[…]

Child Sustained Severe Brain Damage while receiving care at a Medical Facility? By Tod Aronovitz | 03/15/19 | 0 Comment

When children receive medical treatment, great care must be provided as their bodies are still growing and developing. This is especially important with treatment that could affect a child’s brain development. If medical providers are negligent in their care of children and cause severe brain damage, then a Miami medical malpractice attorney at Aronovitz Law can help you pursue a claim for damages.  What must be shown to recover damages? In order to be successful[…]

Dental Anesthesia Errors That Lead To Death Of Child By Tod Aronovitz | 03/08/19 | 0 Comment

When parents take their child to the dentist, they expect it to be a routine matter. However, for those children who are anesthetized for a procedure, the results are sometimes anything but routine. Unfortunately, many pediatric dental patients die each year from anesthesia errors, the majority of which are preventable. To learn more about these tragedies, here is additional information on why these errors occur, as well as why you need a Miami malpractice attorney[…]

How Failure to Properly Read or Interpret Radiological Film can have Serious Ramifications By Tod Aronovitz | 03/01/19 | 0 Comment

A radiologist is someone who reads diagnostic films. Examples of the types of tests that radiologists read include ultrasounds, X-rays, CT scans, mammograms, sonograms and MRIs. While radiology technology has greatly assisted medical professionals, it’s only as good as the proper interpretation of the data that’s collected. Essentially, if a medical professional fails to properly read a radiology film, it can have serious repercussions on the person who received the wrong reading.  Is it Medical[…]

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