The “Kandarpa Handbook of Interventional Radiologic Procedures” is a new and detailed guide made for physicians involved in the complex field of interventional radiology.
This collaborative effort, mainly written by experienced doctors, is based on real-world experience. One notable contribution is from Attorney Lawlor Quinlan of Connors LLP, who shares an important part about informed consent.
About the handbook
The handbook covers various topics in an easy-to-understand guide. It is written for people already working in radiology, aspiring radiologists or anyone working with the department. It includes information on protocols, procedural equipment, managing complications, preventing issues, vascular imaging and more.
The significance of informed consent
Attorney Quinlan’s chapter talks about the sensitive conversation between doctors and patients before interventional radiologic procedures. This talk happens before the procedure. It involves discussing risks, benefits and available alternatives. The chapter stresses the importance of clear communication. This helps ensure patients can make informed decisions about their health care.
The necessity of skilled advocacy
Handling medical malpractice cases needs a careful touch. Connors LLP has years of experience supporting clients with their medical malpractice claims. Our attorneys’ effective management of these cases shows how important it is to have skilled advocates when dealing with the complexities of such sensitive lawsuits. By seeking the services of experienced professionals, clients can confidently deal with legal challenges that accompany these types of claims.
In a recent survey, 31.2% of physicians faced a lawsuit at some point in their careers. Our attorneys pull on their vast experience to prepare each case with an understanding of the nuances in the vast field of medicine. For those in that situation, having the right legal team by your side is important to ensure justice prevails.