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He did have a CT scan when he was re admitted. Dr. knew it was kinked and told him surgery would only take a few minutes to complete. He then got MRSA after the 2nd surgery.
If the bowel being kinked was not caused from the hernia surgery, what could have caused it?
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My father has since be released and is doing ok. He has lost quite a bit of weight. We have since learned the surgeon has a reputation of complications. What would you suggest as far as investigating these complications?
The first step is to ask for the hospital records and get them examined by a medical malpractice lawyer. If there are any lacunae and derailment from the standard of care, treatment protocol found; you may seek compensation.
Thank you very much for your advice.