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Is the failure to give blood clot medicine a basis for a medical malpractice lawsuit?

Yes, the failure to give blood clot medicine may be a basis for a medical malpractice lawsuit. Physicians and hospitals should be properly trained and well aware of a patient who is more susceptible to developing a blood clot, particularly when a patient is about to undergo a surgery or is recovering from a procedure.

When the Michigan physician or hospital fails to give out blood clot thinner medication to a patient who has clear symptoms or conditions of blood clotting, and a result the patient suffers injury or death, it may give rise for a medical malpractice lawsuit against the negligent Michigan medical provider.

In addition to failing to give blood clot medicine to a patient, a physician may also be found negligent if they did not carefully monitor a patient who was given a blood clot thinner medication, and as a result the patient suffers from excessive bleeding causing serious harm or death. A scenario such as this may also be bases for a medical malpractice lawsuit.

For more information about your rights in a medical malpractice claim for the failure to give blood clot medicine, call our top-rated Buckfire & Buckfire, P.C. attorneys now at (800) 606-1717.  We will represent you under our No Fee Promise, which means no legal fees or costs until we win or settle your case.  Call today for your free, no obligation consultation and learn your legal rights!

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