Pitocin & Birth Injuries

The use of Pitocin for appropriate indications and proper monitoring of baby and mom have proven successful. However, when too much Pitocin is administered, the risk of contractions being too close together is heightened. Along with lack of recovery time for the uterus, the placenta looses the ability to replenish oxygen supplied to the baby. Lack of oxygen supply to the baby can result in brain damage. The medical staff is responsible for ensuring the need for Pitocin is appropriate, and administering the correct dosage in a timely fashion.

Johnnie Bond Law can help you and your family during this most difficult time. Allowing you to focus your time and energy on caring and providing for your family is a central tenet in our approach. With offices conveniently located in Washington, DC, the team members of Johnnie Bond Law are available to you. We believe we can provide a valuable resource for your case.

Washington, DC, Birth Injury Attorney

The legal team at Johnnie Bond Law is dedicated to assisting families who have experienced birth injuries as a result of poorly administered or monitored Pitocin-induced labor and delivery. Our collaborative environment gives you the resources necessary to have a fighting chance. The use of our medical analysts and other experts as well as our highly competent staff should put you at ease.

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