Are Robotic Surgery Complications Medical Malpractice?

Thursday, November 12th, 2015 by | Posted In: Hospital Negligence, Medical Malpractice
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CT Robotic Surgery ComplictionsThe short answer is yes, robotic surgery complications can be medical malpractice. Robotic surgery utilizes tools that are attached to the end of a robotic arm and the surgeon manipulates the arm to perform the procedure on the patient. In Connecticut, medical malpractice cases can be filed when the patient has suffered a significant injury with permanent effects, including death.

Many hospitals are using robotic surgery tools and computer-assisted devices in patient care. While these methods are cost-saving to the health care facility, they can have devastating effects on patient care.

Robotic surgical complications can arise from the following:

If you or a loved one was permanently injured after a robotic surgical procedure, call our office.  Our doctor/attorney Robert Messey and nurse/attorney Gayle Sullivan will begin an immediate medical and legal investigation into your claim.

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