A Routine Visit to the Oral Surgeon was Anything but Routine
The parents of a teen who died after losing oxygen during a wisdom tooth surgery has filed a medical malpractice lawsuit against the anesthesiologist and the oral surgeon alleging that they were negligent for failing to resuscitate the teen after her heart rate slowed to a “panic level” of 40 beats per minute and her body began losing oxygen. As a result, their daughter suffered “massive and irreversible brain injury” ultimately leading to her death ten days later. The Chief Medical Examiner determined that the cause of death was deprivation of oxygen while under anesthetic.
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