To be negligent, the health professional’s conduct must have fallen below the accepted standard of treatment. Common surgical errors caused by malpractice include performing the wrong procedure; giving a patient the wrong blood type; operating on the wrong body part; and leaving surgical instruments or sponges inside the patient.
For more information about Baltimore surgical injury cases, please check out our previous post.
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