Heading In For Surgery This Fall? Read This First

Sunday, October 1st, 2017 by | Posted In: Hospital Negligence, Medical Malpractice, Uncategorized
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If you are scheduled to undergo surgery, it can be nerve wracking as your procedure date approaches. General anesthesia relaxes the muscles in your digestive track that keeps food and stomach acids from entering your air passages. It is very important you follow your doctor’s instructions on when to stop eating and drinking before your surgery. These instructions could include, but are not limited to:

If a doctor fails to instruct you or your loved one on how to prepare for surgery, or ignored your answers to the questions above, and permanent harm occurred, you may have a Connecticut medical malpractice case. Contact the experienced attorneys at McEnery Price Messey & Sullivan for a consultation with our doctor/attorney and nurse/attorney who will begin a thorough medical and legal investigation into your injury.

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