Health knowledge made personal
› Share page:
Ask a Health Maven

Featured Health Experts

surgery mistakes communitiesCommunities related to surgery mistakes


surgery mistakes membersMembers related to surgery mistakes

PlasticSurgery miami, California
sugipar2006 cleveland, Tennessee
I was diagnosed with Chiari when I was 13. Mine is 10 mm. My first symptoms was pain in my neck.... More
Beautifulself Encino, California
Dr. S. Sean Younai received his Medical Degree from the University of California, Los Angeles... More
Sherri W. Medford, Oregon
Crazy. Sincere. Full of joy. Loves to sing. Takes wrong turns. Never asks for directions. Never... More
My name is Kara Herron. I was diagnosed with breast cancer in August of 2008. I have been... More

surgery mistakes Blogs and DiscussionsArticles

Top Mistakes in Plastic Surgery by Dr. John D. Medical DoctorHealth Maven I was recently asked about the top mistakes people make when having plastic surgery. The choice of surgeon is probably the #1 top mistake. As opposed to spending time checking out prospective surgeons...
Plastic Surgery Mistakes with Reader Laura’s Comment by Dr. John D. Medical DoctorHealth Maven the case is a “mistake,” but poor outcomes should be fixed if possible. Poor outcomes more commonly... surgery seems to be becoming more mainstream, have you seen an increase in patients needing rework...
Plastic Surgery Mistakes Leave Patients Scarred by Dr. John D. Medical DoctorHealth Maven Plastic surgery in Mexico article. Watch out when it is really cheap. Best Regards, John Di Saia MD
Plastic Surgery Mistake #1 – Choosing the Wrong Place by Dr. John D. Medical DoctorHealth Maven Cosmetic surgery problems are far more likely when those providing them are poorly trained or untrained. Just be careful and you will fare better. Best Regards, John Di Saia MD
Mistakes, Mistakes, Mistakes by Tiffany Patient Expert . They are never allowed to make mistakes and if they do, we sue them for all we can get. We hold them to extremely high... the impossible. There is nowhere to go from there except to anger and disappointment. The truth is, mistakes...
The Nightmare at Parkland Knee Surgery Done by MD in Training Leads to Amputation and 23 More Subsequent Surgeries by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven of surgery included here.  They did a study though and said 74% of the outcomes with harming patients could have been avoided.  The case in this story though is a nightmare as she started out with knee surgery...
Wrong Site Surgery — What Happens Next? by Trisha Torrey Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven than that — however — an article in my local newspaper about a local hospital and wrong-site surgery just begged for some additional information! Wrong site surgery — a “ never event ” that takes place an estimated 100 - 200 times...
Why most doctors do not accept their mistakes that easily ? by Dr. Sangareddi V. Medical Doctor the technicalities   for our mistakes and errors. Can  any doctor accept  an  error that occurs  during a surgery...- perfectionism . “I can never err”  attitude . Ego !  Their  pride at stake ! Accepting a mistake...
Seven mistakes nearly all back-pain sufferers make. Expert debunks common myths — guest post by Jesse Cannone by Scott Keith Patient Expert is just the beginning of the problem, because multiple studies indicate that roughly 70 percent of back surgeries fail... that there’s a name for it – failed back surgery syndrome, or FBSS.” One recent study monitored 1,450...
V.A. Hospital in Philadelphia Prostate Cancer Seeding Surgeries Botched by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven off. Most of the seeds, 40 in all, landed in the patient’s healthy bladder, not the prostate. It was a serious mistake, and under federal rules, regulators investigated. But Dr. Kao, with their consent, made his mistake...

surgery mistakes photosWe Recommend


surgery mistakes photosPictures


surgery mistakes tipsWellpedia

Symptoms ... llopian tubes rupture, you will need emergency surgery to prevent blood loss. More than 50% o ... » Read on
Causes ... e to develop celiac disease after an infection or injury, after surgery, or after pregnancy. » Read on