The best advice I can give you is that you should get copies of your medical records and bring them to an experienced personal injury attorney who handles medical malpractice cases. Let an expert review them. Generally, these cases are very difficult to prove and are expensive. Best of luck.
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Obtain a copy of your records and look through your paper work to see if you were provided any written information. And contact a local attorney. The other issue that may be raised is that you have indicated that this is a revision surgery and what you were told after your first surgery may be a partial defense in any action you bring.
Usually whatever hospital or surgery center you go to, you get written discharge instructions. If you didn't , then you certainly have reason to pursue a case. From a damage perspective, you may have a problem finding someone, assuming your wound heals properly. You can always have a local attorney review the records to get his/her opinion. It may be too early to see if you have any issues in terms of healing.
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