Knee Replacement Medical Malpractice Case
Bandonis v. Alfred Brooke Benz MD and Providence Health & Services – Oregon, Multnomah County Case No. 15CV01511
Plaintiff Bandonis had a long history of problems with her right knee. She consulted with Defendant Dr. Benz to get a total knee replacement surgery. They scheduled the surgery for February 1, 2013. On that day Bandonis was sedated, catheterized and prepared for surgery when Dr. Benz discovered that Bandonis had a nickel allergy noted on the surgical grease board. Benz canceled the operation because the replacement knee had nickel components. Surgery was re-scheduled for March 1, 2013. A new . . .
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