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 Whether general, local, spinal, or epidural, anesthesia requires great skill and contains risks for the patient. Anesthesiologists and certified nurse anesthetists (CRNA) must comply with the standards of care and when there are deviations from the standards of care it is medical malpractice.

Over the years, we have investigated and pursued cases of anesthesia malpractice.

Prescription medications and anesthesia options are becoming more and more plentiful. Given the wide range of choice, the fact that many people are on multiple medications, all with their own side effects, physicians and anesthesiologists have a responsibility to listen to their patients. Medical professionals need to understand the chemical effects of medications they prescribe as well as the possible negative interactions of medications with other prescribed and over the counter drugs their patients are taking


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