Side Effects Induced by Anaesthetic Manipulation or by Surgical Operation
All medical treatment could be associated with an injury or unexpected side-effects that can be added to the usual course of the disease, but which are not linked to the disease itself. Both mild and severe patient injuries may occur in response to anaesthesia.
KeywordsNerve Injury Regional Anaesthesia Airway Management Obstetrical Patient Malpractice Claim
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