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Failure to treat dehydration in a baby or child

Babies and children are not able to compensate for dehydration as well as adults, and also get dehydrated much more quickly due to things like vomiting and diarrhea. Further, young infants can’t tell you they are thirsty, so doctors must carefully examine babies who have been vomiting and/or had diarrhea to make sure they are not dehydrated. We have handled cases involving a delay in treating dehydration in a baby resulting in brain damage and, in one case, death for the child at a military hospital.

If your child suffered an injury or death from the failure of an Air Force, Army or Navy doctor or hospital to treat dehydration, our lawyers can help you get the compensation you need to care for your child. Please contact us today for a free, confidential, no risk consultation from an experienced military medical malpractice lawyer.

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