When considering the delivery of a child, most prospective parents think of the doctor as the most important person (other than the mother and child, of course). And it is true that the doctor is tremendously important in the pregnancy and birthing process. Expecting parents usually create a birth plan with their doctor and expect their doctors to be there during the birth to make critical decisions.
Almost every family expecting a baby has their ideal of a perfect birth. No one imagines that perfect birth involving a doctor extracting the baby from the mother with vacuum technology.
New parents are careful to monitor their child's growth and development, placing a special emphasis on the early detection of serious medical conditions like cerebral palsy. When it comes to recognizing warning signs of serious childhood disabilities, knowledge is power.
A serious medical mistake can leave the victim with a lifetime of pain and hardship. When the injured person is an infant, the consequences are all the more tragic.