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Published on Oct 2, 2012
Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) is a nerve injury caused by incorrect or improper IV injection and IV usage. The needle can easily damage surrounding nerves if it is placed incorrectly or if it's placed in an area of flexion, such as the wrist or the elbow crease. IV injections should be placed on the back of the hand or the forearm. To arrange a consultation with medical malpractice attorney John Gehlhausen regarding needlestick injury and needlestick law, contact our Colorado based law firm through http://www.ivinjurylaw.com.