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Parents sue hospital for giving 4-year-old son unintended vasectomy

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A view looking south at some of the Texas Children’s Hospital buildings along Fannin St. in the Texas Medical Center district Thursday, July. 23, 2020 in Houston, TX.

Parents sue hospital for giving 4-year-old son unintended vasectomy.

According to Fox News, the family’s attorney Randy Sorrels said they are suing the hospital for R8 011 875 (US$ 500 000) for damages after the boy received an “unintended” vasectomy.

A Texas family are suing the Texas Children’s hospital, after their four-year-old son was mistakenly given a vasectomy, during a surgery to treat a hernia in his groin, in August 2021.

After the surgery to treat the hernia, the young boy had complained of a swelling to the right side in his scrotum, that ultimately got worse.

“The standard procedure is to properly identify the anatomy, and then you cut. I think the surgeon failed to properly identify the anatomy before cutting,” said Sorrels. “I’ve seen this mistake happen in different case, but never a surgeon who cuts the vas deferens of a four-year-old.

That’s very rare, but it’s pretty simple,” he said. The Daily Mail reported that the risk management staff at the hospital had since advised the parents on both short and long-term consequences, which include reduced fertility. he boy may now need fertility treatment in the future

Source – IOL News

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