Surgical errors can result in severe illness, permanent disability, or death.
Surgical errors can result in severe illness, permanent disability, or death. The errors are often the result of medical negligence or malpractice, and would not have occurred if the surgeon or anaesthetist was following correct procedures. The most common surgical errors include:
Failing to identify that an error has been made during surgery and not correcting it
Failing to perform the surgery to the requisite standard
Medical equipment such as sponges or tongs being left inside the patient
Surgery on the wrong site – including removing a healthy organ or limb
Surgery on the wrong patient
Use of surgical instruments which have not been properly sterilised
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