Medical malpractice sometimes occurs as a result of anesthesia errors. Anesthesiology errors can be the result of dosage errors and administering too much or too little of the anesthetic drug. A large percentage of anesthesia complications are the result of human error. Improper anesthesia use can result in asphyxiation, anaphylaxis, aspiration of gastric contents, injury to the trachea, high blood pressure, cardiac damage, stroke, coma, brain damage, and death.
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