Unfortunately, if not done properly, several things can go wrong during and after a stenting procedure.
What are the commonly seen mistakes in stenting?
- Misdiagnosis (a doctor informing a patient they have a condition that requires stenting when they actually don’t!)
- Insertion of the wrong end of the guide wire – causing perforation of the artery/vein
- Forgetting to administer blood thinners (anticoagulant/antiplatelet medication)
- Misplaced stents – stents placed in the wrong artery/vein
These mistakes can result in serious ongoing injury and disability including:
- Bleeding/blood clots
- Damage to the artery
- Requirement to take ongoing blood thinning mediation
- Migrating stents
- Stents breaking down
If you think your doctor has been negligent in performing your stenting procedure you should contact Garling & Co Lawyers for a free case assessment.
At Garling & Co we want to make the experience of making a medical negligence case as stress free as possible. We understand your claim may be of a sensitive and private in nature, for this reason we have both female and male lawyers available to represent you in your medical negligence case.
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