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Careful Fetal Monitoring Is Crucial To Safe Births

Electronic fetal monitoring during labor is an essential tool to assess the baby’s health. An external electronic fetal monitor stretched over the belly of the woman in labor, or an internal device attached to the skull of the fetus in utero through the cervix, provides valuable data that doctors and nurses can use to monitor and keep an eye out for any fetal distress during labor and delivery.

To schedule a consultation with an experienced Ohio fetal monitor birth injury lawyer after a baby has suffered injury during the birthing process, contact The Lancione Law Firm.

Your Injured Baby Deserves A Full Accounting Of The Fetal Monitor Data

Part of any in-depth investigation into the circumstances of a birth gone wrong is a thorough evaluation of the electronic fetal monitor data strips which tell the story of the baby’s health throughout labor and delivery. A child who suffers from cerebral palsy or any other birth injury as a result of negligence on the part of health care providers responsible for reading the fetal monitor strips during labor deserves no less than a complete investigation into what went wrong during the monitoring and delivery process.

Let Us Put Our Experience And Knowledge To Work For You

With more than 60 years’ combined experience representing injured people, including child victims of birth injury, The Lancione Law Firm is well-qualified and well-prepared to evaluate childbirth outcomes and advocate on behalf of affected babies.

Follow this link to read examples of successful verdicts our law firm has achieved on behalf of children who have suffered birth injuries. We invite you to call our offices at 440-331-6100 or contact us online to schedule an appointment with a leading medical malpractice lawyer who can answer your questions and offer you sound legal guidance regarding your options following a serious injury or loss of life caused by medical negligence. The Lancione Law Firm is proud to serve clients in Cleveland, Columbus, Cincinnati, Toledo, Akron and other communities throughout Ohio.

Birth Injury

Birth Trauma
Causes Of Birth Injury
Cephalopelvic Disproportion
Fetal Distress During Labor
Infection
Midwife Error
Nonobstetric Surgery During Pregnancy
Obstetrical Nurse Negligence
Oxygen Deficiency
Placental Abruption
Pre-eclampsia
Premature Rupture Of Membranes
Prenatal Care Errors
Preterm Delivery
Uterine Ruptures
Dangerous Drugs Related To Birth Injury
Negligent High-Risk Birth Management
Advanced Maternal Age
Diabetes And Pregnancy
Premature Birth
PROM And PPROM
Suspected Large Fetus
Twins, Triplets, Multiples
Birthing Complications
Drugs Used To Arrest Labor
Errors In Inducing Labor/Pitocin Errors
Fetal Monitoring During Labor
Forceps/Vacuum Extraction Delivery
Injuries From Delayed Birth
Umbilical Cord Complications
Breech Birth
Brachial Plexus Injury
Erb’s Palsy
Shoulder Dystocia
Cerebral Palsy
Medical Negligence & Cerebral Palsy
Did Medical Malpractice Cause Cerebral Palsy?
Newborn Hypoxia & Asphyxia
Pediatric Brain Injury
Resources To Help Your Child With CP
Infant Seizures
Neonatal Intensive Care (NICU) Errors
Cord Blood Gas Tests
Untreated Jaundice
Stillbirth
Future Of A Child With A Birth Injury
The Effects Of A Birth Injury As Your Child Ages
Cesarean Section Errors
Delayed C-Section
Emergency C-Section
Vaginal Birth After C-Section (VBAC)
Wrongful Death
Maternal Injuries During Birth
Excessive Bleeding/Hemorrhage
Maternal Infections After Giving Birth
Blood Clots/Thromboembolic Disease
Neonatal Jaundice, Hyperbilirubinemia and Kernicterus
hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy

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