In order to establish a malpractice case, you'll need a Doctor Who practices in the same area to testify that the actions of the prior doctor were negligent.
So, you'll want to visit other doctors and ask their opinion.
Remember, malpractice is not simply a bad (or poor) outcome from a medical procedure. Malpractice means the doctor (or medical facility) violated the acceptable practices standards set for them by the state in question, and that the violation had an ill effect on the patient.
Here are two examples:
(1) You went into the hospital with a broken arm. The doctors decided that it was severely broken, and required surgery to fix. After the surgery was over, you developed sepsis while in recovery, and died. There is no malpractice here if the doctors followed proper protocol in diagnosing your severely broken arm, and if no consequential mistakes were made during surgery (i.e. no mistake was made during surgery which directly let to you acquiring sepsis).
(2) Same as (1), except someone left a surgical sponge in your arm during surgery. As it could possibly have been the cause of your sepsis, you would have a legal malpractice suit, in which there would be testimony which decided the degree of fault that leaving such a sponge in you had caused your sepsis.
Back to the original question: it's not automatically malpractice. You would have to find supporting evidence from other medical professionals that someone made serious mistakes (including recommending the wrong procedure) in your care that resulted in the screw coming loose. You would also have to show some sort of negative outcome that the loose screw is causing in order to receive monetary damages - if you can show it shouldn't have come loose with proper medical care, but can't show that it's causing you any measurable harm, then the best that you could receive would be free corrective medical procedures (possibly remove the screw, and put a new one back in the mesh).
There are several different titanium allergy symptoms. Some of these symptoms include skin rashes, muscle pain, upset stomach, and muscle fatigue.
your heart is considered a muscle
Since you can control your tongue it is considered a voluntary muscle.
The shoulder muscle that is considered the strongest supinator is the biceps brachii.
No, the heart is considered a muscle.
Chevelle was probably the Chevrolet Model that best fit the "Muscle car" Description. Corvettes were always first considered a "Sports car" and the Camaro was a "Pony car" a compact version of a Muscle car.
Yes, we can! If we pull or strain a muscle,then that is considered hurting a muscle!
Hydrocodone is considered an opioid analgesic, not a muscle relaxer.
The calf muscle is a Skeletal Muscle and is therefore categorized as voluntary. However, when the calf CRAMPS, it is considered an involuntary muscle contraction.
High performance cars are categorized as muscle cars by some people. The Ford Mustang might be considered by many as a muscle car. Another car that may be considered by many as a muscle car is the Chevrolet Camaro.
The human heart can be considered either a muscle or an organ depending on what you are studying or what field of work you research for. i watched this recently on the health and fitness channel, the heart is a big muscle.
no, just a muscle.
I'm afraid I have no idea what you're asking, but the heart (an organ) is made of cardiac muscle (which means "heart" muscle). As far as I know, no other muscles are considered "organs," and I'm not even sure the heart isn't simply considered a muscle.
No they are considered to be more of a type of muscle.
At least 230 pounds without any muscle mass is considered Overweight, and about 300 pounds with no muscle is considered Obese.
Yes. Muscles are considered organs by deifnition, although it is easier just to refer to each as a muscle, with that definition being implied.
Bones, cartilage, muscle, and nerves are considered to be connective tissue. Connective tissue is tissue that connects the systems of the body together.
it covers our muscle and protects of from infection
yes. the camaro '10 is considered a muscle car isnt' it?