If you’re searching for a knowledgeable and trusted aquapheresis expert witness, ForensisGroup is here to assist you with your case. Aquapheresis is a type of medical treatment and therapy used to remove excess amounts of salt and water from the body, which is used for patients suffering from fluid overload (also known as hypervolemia) after diuretics have failed to treat the issue. Aquapheresis works by extracting the patient’s blood with a catheter, which is then passed through a specialized filter used for separating the blood from the salt and water. The excess salt and water is then disposed of, while the blood is returned to the patient. Aquapheresis expert consulting may provide insightful information for cases pertaining to such areas as hypertension, congestive heart failure, liver cirrhosis, kidney diseases, and other medical issues, each of which may be connected to an aquapheresis lawsuit.
Aquapheresis therapy is used to treat a wide range of possible medical issues, since a buildup of excess water can cause several types of problems. Excess fluid can cause the arms and legs to swell up, create lower levels of oxygen in the blood, and build up excess fluid in the lungs, which can lead to shortness of breath. Aquapheresis treatments may also be at the center of a medical malpractice lawsuit linked to a misdiagnosis, patient negligence, a problem with health insurance, or other medical issues.
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