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Medical Malpractices for Ophthalmologist Errors

When a patient undergoes eye surgery, it is considered a very tedious procedure. If a doctor makes an error it could have a negative impact on a person‘s vision and even cause permanent blindness. Two of the most common surgery mistakes that doctors make include cataract surgery and LASIK surgery.

Another type of error that ophthalmologist make includes either providing a patient with the wrong medication (or the wrong dosage) or failing to prescribe medication. When a doctor prescribes the wrong medication or the wrong dosage it could be life-threatening to a patient.

What is Ophthalmology?

Is basically a field that involves diagnosis and treatment of eye disease. An ophthalmologists specializes the anatomy of the eye. Common conditions include glaucoma and cataracts.

The types of treatment that an ophthalmologist may prescribe to patient may include: surgery, corrective lenses or prescription drugs.

Failure to Provide a Patient with Treatment or Delayed Medical Treatment

When a doctor prescribes treatment to patient immediately the patient is more likely to recuperate from his or her condition. However, when a doctor fails to make treatment or a treatment is delayed, the patient’s condition could worsen. As a result, the patient can experience vision loss.

Failure to Diagnose or Delayed Diagnosis

A patient can lose partial or total vision when an ophthalmologist fails to diagnose condition. When doctors make mistakes it causes a patient to endure painful procedures that they would not have to take if the doctor diagnosed the disease or condition from the very beginning.

Failed Medical Equipment

Defective equipment can be hazardous to a patient especially when it comes to eye surgery. When he comes to field equipment or damaged equipment this can be a very complex legal matter. And attorney will have to prove if it is the doctors mistake or the mistake of the manufacturer who produced the medical equipment.

Failure to Communicate with an Expert

A good ophthalmologist, who cares for his/her patient’s, will consult with an expert when he/she does not have the knowledge or expertise in a particular procedure. When a doctor fails to do so this could fall under category of malpractice.

Is Your Claim Worth Fighting for?

Ophthalmologist spent years in school and training in order to become efficient. Patients trust that doctors actually know what they’re doing. When a doctor is negligent that trust is broken. Doctors should be held accountable for their mistakes regardless of how enormous or minut it may be.

When it comes medical malpractice is for ophthalmologist errors, you will need a good malpractice attorney in Nashua, New Hampshire who specializes in this type of case.

An inexperienced lawyer will not be able to go against tough medical lawyers who will fight for the interest of doctors and medical facilities.

If you or a loved one suffering from an eye injury or any type of medical injury due to a ophthalmologist error, you may be eligible to fight for monetary compensation.

For free consultation simply call the Anzalone Law Firm PLLC, at: 603.548.3797. We will thoroughly evaluate your claim and fight for your personal rights or the rights of your left one.

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