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NHS Negligence - Surgical Errors In General

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Claims may arise in respect of surgery from the performance of the surgery itself and /or from the consent for such surgery. For example:

  • Damaging the bowel in abdominal surgery 
  • Stitching structures such as the bowel, bladder or appendix into the wound
  • Damaging the bladder or ureters (the tubes which run from the kidney to the bowels)
  • Cutting the wrong structures during a gall bladder operation
  • Leaving a patient with a leg length discrepancy following a hip replacement
  • Causing permanent nerve damage which a competent surgeon would not have caused
  • Operating in the wrong place altogether
  • Leaving items inside such as swabs, needles or drains which should have been removed
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‚ÄčIf you suffered from any of the problems listed above you should contact MEDICAL NEGLIGENCE TEAM on 0800 246 11 22 or complete the form below and we will call you back.

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