Nursing Home Negligence & Abuse
Errors in Anticoagulation Medication

The formation of blood clots is a common ailment associated with aging. If left untreated, blood clots can cause serious injuries such as heart attack, stroke, and even death. For this reason, many nursing home residents take an anticoagulant medication. If used properly, these medications can be life-sustaining. However, when anticoagulation medication is not properly monitored there can be serious consequences.

Unfortunately, many nursing homes fail to properly administer anticoagulation medication to its residents. If nursing home staff fail to use anticoagulants as directed residents could experience blood clots, brain bleeds, internal bleeding, heart attack and stroke. Mismanagement may also increase severity of other injuries and increase the risk of falls. As a result, nursing home staff should take extra precaution with elders that are prescribed anticoagulants.

Luckily, the risk of anticoagulants can be easily mitigated. Proper care involves monitoring, tests, and communication with the patient about their condition. Nursing home staff must also exercise appropriate caution when administering the drugs to prevent a physician or pharmacy error.

Nursing home abuse and negligence claims involve many complex legal and medical issues. Having the right attorney is essential to recovering what you deserve. Our Midwest nursing home abuse law firm will do everything possible to assist you in obtaining the maximum compensation you deserve. More importantly, our firm will serve as an ally that will give you and your family the respect and compassion it needs. Contact us to protect your family.

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Clostridium Difficile Injuries
COVID-19 Infections
Diabetes Injuries
Errors in Medication
Falls in Nursing Homes
Feeding Tube Complications
Fraud Claims
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Pressure Ulcers and Bed Sores
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Urinary Tract Infection
Wandering / Elopement
Wrongful Death

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