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Patient Dies 1 Day After Gynecologist Perforated Colon During Laparoscopy NY Attorney Explains
She lost her life all because her gynecologist failed to recognize that he perforated her colon during the course of a laparoscopy. Want to know what this is about Come join me for a moment as I share with you this remarkable story. Hi, I'm Gerry Oginski. I'm a New York medical malpractice and personal injury trial lawyer practicing law here in the state of New York. She was going to have a laparoscopic GYN procedure. The doctor told her this was a simple procedure. She'd be in and out shortly. You know what.
She went ahead and had the procedure. She trusted her gynecologist. During the course of the laparoscopy the doctor perforated, made a hole in her colon, but the tragic reality was, he failed to recognize it. Now he does the procedure, he finishes it, he closes her up, sends her off to recovery and then after a couple of hours she goes home. A few hours later, at night, the doctor calls the patients and says, How are you doing. The patient says, I'm not feeling well. My abdomen feels really strange.
He says. Don't worry about it. It's from all the air that we put into your belly in order for me to see during the course of this laparoscopic surgery. Well guess what happened During the course of the night she got worse and worse to the point where her son found her dead on the floor in the morning. They tried to revive her. It was no good. No use. Now only on autopsy when a doctor did a clinical examination of what happened to her inside to look to determine what was the cause of death why did you die.
After the surgery only one day, within 24 hours. It turns out that the medical examiner was able to find that the colon which was near where he was operating had been perforated. As a result of that everything from within the colon was leaking out. She suffered a massive infection that spread throughout her body, that's known as sepsis, and that overwhelmed her and caused her to die that morning. During the course of my question and answer session, known as a deposition, during the course of the lawsuit I got the doctor to.
Acknowledge and admit that during the laparoscopy he has an obligation to make sure that there are no organs nearby, adjacent have suffered any type of injury before he closes the patient up. This doctor could not explain to me how this perforation occurred and how he'd missed it during the course of this procedure. The only answer is that he violated the basic standards of surgical and medical care, and that if he was careful he would have recognized the fact that this patient suffered an intraoperative injury to her colon. Had he recognized it.
At that time he could've called in a general surgeon to come in and try and fix that problem. If it were a minor problem he simply would've oversewn it. If it was a significant problem then now the surgeon would have cut off the ends of the offending injury, connected the two ends together that's known as an endtoend anastomosis, and now this patient would be alive today. Why do I share this great information with you I share it with you just to give you an insight and an understanding of one case.
Where I was able to help the surviving family obtain compensation for the loss of their mother as a result of a doctor's incompetence and carelessness. I realize you've got questions or concerns about your own particular matter. Well, if your matter did happen here in the state of New York, and you've got legal questions what I encourage you to do is pick up the phone and call me. I can answer your legal questions. You know, this is something I do every single day and I'd love to chat with you. You can.
Morcellator Lawsuit Information Injury Recovery Institute
Attention The following is an important medical announcement for women diagnosed with cancer after having a hysterectomy or uterine fibroid surgery. If a power morcellator was used during your surgery you may qualify for a substantial cash award. The FDA estimates that 1 in 350 women have an unsuspected form of uterine cancer that cannot be detected prior to hysterectomy or uterine fibroid surgery. And has recently issued a warning to doctors and patients about the increased risk of power morcellators spreading these undetected cancer cells during laparoscopic procedures. If you or a loved one were diagnosed with cancer after a surgery involving a power morcellator.
Ask the Specialist Embolization Mahmood Razavi, MD
One of the tricks that I mentioned we use that has been effective in treatment of cancer is also very effective in treatment of various bleeding conditions, it is what is called Embolization. What that means is that we go inside the arteries, and from inside the arteries we block the arteries, so stop the flow to a certain area. Let's say you have bleeder, that you go in there in the past you would have needed big surgeries to tie off the blood vessels. Now it can be done from inside of the vessels and you go in and you.
Basically block the circulation. It can be used in a cancer patient, it can be used in patients who have stomach bleeding, it can be used in patients who have trauma who are bleeding, and it's very common. The way it works is that the circulation obviously is like a big highway, they're all connected. So, you enter, put a small IV in one of the arteries, typically in the groin, and then navigate into the site of the bleeding or the tumor or the target that you want to stop the circulation to. There are small catheters.
And tubes that allow you to do that. Once you get there, then there are a variety of instruments and devices available to stop that flow. One of them that is common for cancer are small beads, and these beads can be anywhere from the size of a grain of salt to as large as several millimeters. These can be injected into the particular artery and block it. For tumors we tend to use the smaller ones to penetrate deep into the tissues and cause tumor death. In bleeding conditions we don't necessarily do that we.
Use other forms that may be more temporary so when the injury heals that artery can open up. Occasionally we can deposit what we call coils that are metal with some fiber on it that causes immediate clotting of the blood. So there are different techniques and instruments and devices we can use to do that. Interestingly, that has lead into a lot of developments that have to been shown to be highly effective in cancer. We have taken the same kinds of beads, the grains of salt but slightly larger and made them.
Radioactive. So what you can do is actually radiate the patient or a tumor from inside without having to expose them to large dose of radiation from the outside or involve other organs but the tumor itself. Same principle as the Chemoembolization. And we have also been able to load various chemotherapeutic agents on these beads so you implant them inside a tumor and over time they give off drugs and expose the tumor to chemo for a longer duration of time, more than the few minutes that we are there with.
New Minimally Invasive Options for Gynecologic Surgery at North Shore Medical Center NSMC
This is the biggest change I've seen in my practice in 20 years its what I am most excited about since I've come out of residency a patient may come and see me because she's got heavy bleeding and she was found to have a fibroid uterus as it turns out she's been dealing with this for about three years because her mother had the same thing and she had surgery using a traditional laparotomy big incision she's in the hospital for a week and didn't feel well again for eight weeks what I can now tell this patient is.
Let me bring you to the hospital I can use small incisions you can go home the same day i'll have you driving in three days and you can be back to work in two weeks you know we've been doing this for three years and we still say it's a a great operations really sweet operation because it really allows the patient a comfort level that they wouldn't have otherwise if they had to have a major operation or major incision the procedures would be as follows office tubal sterilization.
Office endometrial ablations for heavy bleeding then transitioning to the hospital we do laproscopic supracervical hysterectomies total laparoscopic hysterectomies we can combine those procedures with removal of the tubes and ovaries as well we can do laparoscopy for pelvic pain and endometriosis laparoscopy for removal the ovaries and tubes if we need to for history of breast cancer or for history of ovarian cycsts an example the recent patient is a patient of mine who had a fibroid uterus and the fibroid itself was the size of a grapefruit 10 centimeters.
She had not only heavy bleeding from this but pelvic pain and we were able to see her get her in to the hospital did a hysterectomy the specimen itself weighed 1.5 pounds she was able to go home the following day and she's back at work as we speak which is two and a half weeks after the procedure this is someone who's been living with pain for three to four years shoot me in the eye and say this is so easy how could I possibly have waited for so long.
My Period is More than 7 Days Long!
My period is more than 7 days long! One question I'd have is what is normal. I do not think this is normal. The average duration is five to seven days, but that varies from person to person. What is normal should be measured by what is normal for you. Not this long. Periods can last anywhere from three to ten days. If you normally bleed seven days and bleed eight, that's not bad. I do not normally bleed seven days. OK, if you bleed eight and normally do four, then you know there is a problem.
So what is causing it If you had a really light period, spotting and the later bleeding, I might say you'd had an early miscarriage. How could I tell the difference I mean, a period usually means not pregnant, not that I'm no longer pregnant. A positive pregnancy test today from the hormones that goes negative over a few days is a sign of that. Then again, if your period was really late due to stress or early pregnancy lost, it could last a long time, too. I thought miscarriages were really heavy periods.
They look like that, and the bleeding is worse the later on you are or if things do not flush out properly. Then I need to get to the doctor. If you had a miscarriage and it is incomplete, you're opening yourself up literally to a massive infection. So if there is a chance you were pregnant, yeah, get to a doctor fast. But I do not think I'm pregnant. If you had a really long time without a period like a skipped period, then all the matter now is what did not come out last time. It is like the extra trips to take out the trash.
When you forgot last trash day. I heard this could be a sign of an infection or a hormonal imbalance. Maybe, which means seeing a doctor. But be careful on those medical diagnostic websites or you'll walk away thinking you have the Black Death or Beriberi. Beriberi is a disease of malnutrition. OK, you've been on the site too long. Maybe you have uterine fibroids bleeding regularly and mistake it for your period. I do not know if a cancer risk or hormonal problem is worse. You could just have an STD, irritating things internally, thickening the uterine lining.
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