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Medical malpractice involving Diprivan and Fentanyl causing

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medical malpractice involving Diprivan and Fentanyl causing a heart attack and stroke (from O2 deprivation). Triggered a Lupus flare from allergy unknown to Soy and complications from Fentanyl. Was unconscious about 4 hours but awoke immediately after routine screening colonoscopy with aphasia, shortness of breath, chest and left flank pains. Had seizure approximately 1 week later. Still have complications of Lupus flare, ministrokes, dizziness, and encephalitis causing excess fluid accumulation in brain. Had MRI in Dec. showing 3 times amount of fluid in brain compared to normal . Have TIAs now multiple er day and also triggered by strong odors where also have reoccurence of aphasia.
Submitted: 9 months ago.
Category: Personal Injury Law
Expert:  Law Educator, Esq. replied 9 months ago.
Thank you for your question. I look forward to working with you to provide you the information you are seeking for educational purposes only.
Do you have a medical expert report attesting to all you have said above and saying that the prescribing doctor acted below the reasonable standard of care by prescribing the medications? This is a FL law requirement before sending a notice of intent to the violating physician.
What is your actual question for us about the situation?

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