When an individual experiences organ damage, the health effects are often devastating and sometimes even deadly. Unfortunately, organ damage, which is frequently preventable, is now becoming more common with the recent rise in popularity of surgical procedures, including gastric bypass surgery and various cosmetic procedures.
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Causes of Organ Damage
Surgical mistakes represent one of the primary causes of organ damage, primarily because any invasive surgery performed in the vicinity of organs carries with it the potential for organ damage. Sadly, preventable mistakes arising from inexperience or recklessness are not uncommon. Some of the more common physician mistakes that can lead to organ damage include:
Organ damage can also sometimes result from the use of certain drugs prescribed by the physician. Other causes of organ damage include: disease, physical trauma, excessive alcohol intake, and smoking.
Common Consequences of Organ Damage
The effects of organ damage vary greatly. Depending on which organ is affected, the victim may suffer only minor discomfort to severe pain or death. Some of the more common ailments associated with organ damage are:
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Surgical Mistakes -Surgical Injuries
Failure To Suspend Medication
Wrong Patient Surgery
Wrong Site Surgery
Plastic Surgery Error
Gastric Bypass Error
Poor Preoperative Care