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Some risk factors for a heart attack include diabetes, high cholesterol, increasing age, race, being overweight or obese, smoking, and family history. Symptoms include chest tightness, nausea, shortness of breath, headaches, fatigue, blurred vision, and irregular heartbeat.
Within the standard of care, there are many tests or studies that a doctor may need to order or perform to allow for the early diagnosis of a patient’s heart attack, such as: obtaining proper medical history, appropriate diagnostic tests, performing an electrocardiogram of the heart, blood tests, cardiac catheterization, echocardiogram (ultrasound) of the heart, CT scan, and stress tests. If a diagnosis of heart attack is made, certain drugs may need to be given and procedures started without delay to minimize heart damage.
The Jacob Fuchsberg Law Firm has successfully represented clients who have had medical malpractice claims pertaining to a failure to timely or properly treat a heart condition.
Have you been affected by a doctor’s negligence in misdiagnosing your heart attack? Call the Fuchsberg Law Firm now to see if you have a case, and to get the compensation you deserve at (212) 869-3500.
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In a medical malpractice case based on diagnostic error, the patient must prove that a doctor of similar specialty, under similar circumstances, would most likely have timely diagnosed the patient’s condition. In other words:
(1) the doctor did not include this clear concern on her differential diagnosis list while a reasonably skillful and competent doctor under similar circumstances would have; and/or
(2) the doctor failed to perform appropriate tests or seek opinions from specialists in order to investigate the particular diagnosis.