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Heart Arrhythmia Diagnosis Error Malpractices

Americans in the millions have some kind of cardiac arrhythmia. Many symptoms are benign, but other types are indications of catastrophic cardiac disease, which require prompt treatment to decrease risk of complications, and even death.

When a physician or other health professional neglects to treat or diagnose properly cardiac arrhythmia, patients can sustain catastrophic consequences.

An irregularity in the rhythm of the heart is arrhythmia. This can cause the heart to beat too quickly, too slowly, or in a pattern that is regular.

As a natural pacemaker during normal functioning of the heart, the right side sends out electrical indications which control the beat of the heart.

Arrhythmia occurs when the pacemaker, that is natural, begins to transmit an irregular indication, when there is an interruption of the pathway conduction through the heart, or when there’s a signal transmitting in another area of the heart.

Arrhythmia can encompass palpitations that are mild, to critical cases that result in cardiac arrest, as well as death. Stroke, heart disease, and other severe conditions can also be signaled.

Critical Heart Disease Identified Early

Effective treatment of heart disease requires of the condition early diagnosis of the indications, followed by complete and viable treatment.

If a doctor misses indications of heart disease, or neglects proper treatment of a condition, which can result in catastrophic injury or wrongful death, the negligent physician may be held liable financially. Unfortunately, many doctors have attorneys on their side to fight on their behalf in the event they are sued for medical malpractice. Especially, when it comes to heart arrhythmia diagnosis error malpractices.

If you or a loved one are suffering from injuries related to a heart arrhythmia diagnosis error, you need to speak with a personal injury lawyer in Nashua, New Hampshire. Personal injury diagnosis error attorneys handle numerous cases of medical malpractice, which can entail:

Failure to investigate thoroughly any symptoms of heart failure, which includes shortness of breath, chest pain, and numbness in left arm; failure to interpret proper test results; failure to refer patient for more blood work, testing, an EKG, or electrocardiogram; failure with proper treatment to follow up diagnosis; failure to install a defibrillator or pacemaker; and related errors to anticoagulation medicines, which include blood thinner prescriptions like Heparin and Coumadin.

Personal injury attorneys with experience, expertise and skills are renowned in this specialty of law to assist you in pursuing a claim or lawsuit.

They are licensed to practice law in state and federal courts. The attorneys can help you recover settlements and verdicts, and prepare completely to pursue a claim of medical malpractice.

Have you been injured in the hands of a doctor or medical staff?

You may be entitled to full compensation - not just for your medical expenses. We may be able to help you settle for compensation for your loss of income due to being unable to work throughout the duration of your recovery.

Contact us for a free consultation or call Anzalone Law Firm PLLC, at: 603.548.3797

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