Fetal Acidosis

My baby had fetal acidosis, and suffered a birth injury. Do I have a case?

Fetal Acidosis refers to low blood pH in a fetus. This complication often arises when the baby is deprived of oxygen. Fetal acidosis can result from umbilical cord complications, a mother who is not receiving enough oxygen during delivery, epidural anesthesia, uterine contractions, placental abruption, neonatal anemia or infection. Long labors and maternal and fetal distress can lead to fetal acidosis. Fetal acidosis can cause brain damage and even death in a newborn.

Good obstetric care and a careful labor and delivery team are essential to the birth of a healthy baby. It is essential to have accurate monitoring of the fetus and the mother during birth, to ensure that the mother is receiving enough oxygen and that the fetus is not in undue distress.

If you believe that your baby suffered from fetal acidosis as a result of someone else’s negligence, call our birth injury lawyers for a free consultation. We can help. We have a team of experienced and dedicated injury lawyers ready to fight for you and your baby. Often times, our birth injury clients have increasing medical bills, and are suffering from emotional distress and even job loss as a result of their child’s injury. Not only is your baby suffering, but you may be, too. Let us help you and your family. Our aggressive and experienced birth injury attorneys will seek to get you and your family the compensation you deserve. We never take a fee unless we obtain a recovery for you. Call the Philly Legal Eagles at Rizio, Hamilton & Kane for a free consultation. You have everything to gain, and nothing to lose.

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