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Hypoxic Brain Injury, Anoxia, & Medical Malpractice

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The Michgian brain injury lawyers at Buckfire & Buckfire, P.C. have recently added an article to their library on Hypoxic Brain Injury, Anoxia, and Medical Malpractice.  Both of these brain injuries occur when the brain is deprived of oxygen.  Hypoxia refers to partial deprivation of oxygen while anoxia refers to total deprivation of oxygen.  You can read the article to learn more about the causes and consequences of hypoxic and anoxic brain injuries.

When brain injuries occur as a result of someone's negligence, for example, because of head trauma from a car accident, the person who suffered the brain injury may be able to sue the person who caused the injury.  When brain injuries occur as a result of a hospital error or a doctor's error, the patient who suffered the brain injury may have a claim for medcial malpractice.  You can learn more about hypoxia and anoxia by clicking on the link and visiting our online library.

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