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During labor and delivery, the mother is usually placed on a fetal monitor. This device monitors and records the baby’s heartbeat. If the baby suffers from a lack of oxygen, then there will be signs of this distress in the baby’s heart tracing. Doctors, midwives, and nurses are trained to know what measures are necessary in order to relieve the distress. If these measures do not work to correct the lack of oxygen and relieve the distress, then immediate delivery of the baby is necessary to prevent brain injury. If there is a significant delay in recognizing the distress, taking the appropriate measures to relieve the distress, and or in delivery of the baby, then a prolonged lack of oxygen can result in an injury to the baby’s brain. This brain injury can later be diagnosed as cerebral palsy.
If you believe your child has cerebral palsy that may have been caused by negligent medical care, we may be able to help. We have over 30 years of experience representing families like yours in birth injury cases. Our team of registered nurses will discuss your concerns and help get your questions answered.
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