Hemorrhage Following Childbirth and Failure to Perform Timely Transfusion
In another case a middle-aged mother died after childbirth from hemorrhage, and the hospital caregivers claimed it was due to a rare amniotic fluid embolus (AFE) that may have produced a condition known as disseminated intravascular coagulation (DIC), thereby making the hemorrhage unstoppable. DIC is a disorder of excess bleeding and/or clotting. Mark Clore was again able to reach a confidential settlement in the family’s favor, on the basis that maternal hemorrhage occurred for too long before it was properly treated, and that any DIC happened as a result of this situation rather than AFE.
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