Heart Conditions

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Failing to diagnose heart conditions such as a heart attack, congestive heart failure or an enlarged heart can result in injury and death to an otherwise healthy person. Please contact our heart injury lawyers handling all types of malpractice cases due to heart conditions. Free case evals and no fee unless they win for you. They handle all types of accident, injury, medication injury and medical negligence claims involving the heart, its’ structures and the entire cardiovascular system.

Serving victims of misdiagnosed heart conditions, failure to treat heart conditions, heart injuries caused by work stress, assault and dangerous medications in all states such as Delaware, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Washington DC, New Jersey, New York, Massachusetts, South Carolina, Texas, Nevada & California.

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Anatomy Of The Heart

The human body can seem very complicated and it is. However, it can help learning about the human body, and its’ organs like the heart, if we think of the body as a system of tubes. The most important tube is the cardiovascular system which includes the heart and its’ structures, veins, arteries and blood vessels. our heart is a pump. It’s a muscular organ about the size of your fist and located slightly left of center in your chest.

The human heart is comprised of four chambers. These include two on the right, called the right atrium and right ventricle, and two on the left, called the left atrium and left ventricle. The division protects oxygen-rich blood from mixing with oxygen-poor blood.

Four valves within the heart help keep your blood moving in the correct direction by opening only one way and only when they need to. These valves include the tricuspid, mitral, pulmonary and aortic valves. Each valve has flaps, called leaflets or cusps, that open and close once during each heartbeat.

In the beginning of a pumping cycle, oxygen-poor blood returns to the heart after circulating through your body.

From there the oxygen-poor blood fills the right atrium and then flows to the right ventricle, where it is pumped to the lungs through the pulmonary arteries. The lungs refresh the blood with a new supply of oxygen, which comes from the air that you breathe in. The video below helps explain the anatomy and physiology of the heart. Understanding A & P of the circulatory system will help understand heart injuries, their causes and the importance of a timely, and proper, heart injury diagnosis.

How Heart Injuries Occur

The heart, which is at the center of the cardiovascular system, is vulnerable to injuries in many ways. You may or may not think of the heart getting injured but it can. Ways heart function can be compromised are:

Assault and other blunt force trauma

Auto accidents including car accidents, motorcycle crashes and tractor trailer collisions

Birth defects such as congenital heart failure or congestive heart failure

Cardiac contusions

Cardiac event that go undiagnosed or are inaccurately diagnosed

Defective medical devices including the Bard Inferior Vena Cava Filter (IVC filter), defective pacemakers, faulty defibrillator devices and heart stents

Medical malpractice including anesthesia errors, heart surgery mistakes, heart attack misdiagnosis, undiagnosed heart disease, AFib misdiagnosis, stroke misdiagnosis and others

Medication injuries caused by anesthesia, anabolic steroids such as testerone, anthracyclines (cancer treatment drugs), antipsychotic drugs (used to treat schizophrenia), non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDS) & type 2 diabetes drugs (in particular the medicine rosiglitazone)

Workplace accidents and injuries including auto accidents, machine accidents, falls, assaults, crushing injuries, heart attacks and blunt force trauma

No matter what caused your heart injury you have rights and may be entitled to significant financial compensation and comprehensive medical benefits.

Heart Condition Misdiagnosis

Atrial Fibrillation, abbreviated AFib, is a heart health issue where the atria beat out of sync with the ventricles. It can often be mistaken for a panic attack, anxiety disorder, cardiac arrhythmia or other heart condition. In many AFib misdiagnosis cases there is no further illness, injury or harm. In other cases injury, stroke and wrongful death can be the end result based on treatment plan being wrong or delayed. If you or a loved one have been injured or died due to an AFib misdiagnosis call our heart condition injury attorneys. Free case exams and no fee promise.

Contact Our Heart Injury Lawsuit Attorneys

Our team of injury lawyers handling heart conditions, and myocardial injuries, that have been misdiagnosed or caused by healthcare provider negligence provide free case reviews. In addition, they charge no fees unless they are able to recover for you and your family. Please ring them or email them here.

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