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uk surgeon admits branding patient livers with initials




simon bramhall, 53, pleaded guilty to assault but not guilty to charges of assault causing actual bodily harm.the case was "without legal precedent in criminal law," prosecutor tony badenoch said of the offences that occurred at birmingham's queen elizabeth hospital.it was "not an isolated incident ...



uk doctor admits branding initials into patients’ livers




a british surgeon has pleaded guilty to two counts of assault for burning his initials into the livers of two patients during transplant operations.consultant simon bramhall, 53, used an argon beam coagulator - designed to seal blood vessels to stop bleeding during operations - to brand the letters...



surgeon admits to burning initials into patients' livers




(london) — a british surgeon has admitted assaulting two patients by burning his initials into their livers during transplant operations.simon bramhall pleaded guilty wednesday to two counts of assault, in a case a prosecutor called “without legal precedent in criminal law.”bramhall used an ar...



sb wuz here: surgeon pleads guilty to burning initials into patients’ organs




enlargegetty | anne-christine poujoulatshare this storyit’s usually ok to be proud of your work and lend your name to it. but most people would draw the line at signing their initials into the flesh of internal organs.not dr. simon bramhall of the uk, apparently. he pleaded guilty to charges that ...



sb wuz here: surgeon pleads guilty to burning initials into patients’ organs




enlargegetty | anne-christine poujoulatshare this storyit’s usually ok to be proud of your work and lend your name to it. but most people would draw the line at signing their initials into the flesh of internal organs.not dr. simon bramhall of the uk, apparently. he pleaded guilty to charges that ...



sydney surgeon munjed al muderis awarded $480k over online defamation by patient




a sydney surgeon who was subjected to a "vicious" campaign of harassment by a former patient, including an offensive website and death threats, has been awarded $480,000 in damages for defamation, after a judge lauded him as the "perfect plaintiff".munjed al muderis, an iraqi refugee and pioneering ...



man arrested after victorian surgeon bashed




a melbourne surgeon remains in a critical condition after a one punch attack, with a man arrested in connection to the assault. a man has been arrested after a melbourne surgeon was bashed at the hospital he worked at and left fighting for his life.media outlets named heart surgeon patrick pritzwald...



doctor operates on wrong leg of patient after mix-up




a surgeon in stockholm accidentally operated on the wrong leg of a patient earlier this year. the patient was to have a piece of bone removed from their foot, but the doctor gave wrong information about which foot, writes dagens nyheter. after the doctor realized they had made a mistake, they change...



doctors find 27 contact lenses in woman's eye




doctors recently found 27 contact lenses in a patient's eye while they were prepping her for surgery.in a write-up in the british medical journal, the authors said the 17 of the lenses were stuck together in a “bluish . . . hard mass” and were “bound together by mucus." ten more were found by ...



bariatric surgery impacts joint replacement outcomes in very obese patients




image: this is alexander mclawhorn, md. view more credit: hospital for special surgerya study from hospital for special surgery (hss) finds that in morbidly obese patients, bariatric surgery performed prior to a total hip or knee replacement can reduce in-hospital and 90-day postoperative complicat...



barriatric surgery impacts joint replacement outcomes in very obese patients




image: this is alexander mclawhorn, md. view more credit: hospital for special surgerya study from hospital for special surgery (hss) finds that in morbidly obese patients, bariatric surgery performed prior to a total hip or knee replacement can reduce in-hospital and 90-day postoperative complicat...



18m already paid out by nhs to patients treated by convicted breast surgeon - pr




the nhs has paid out nearly a 18 million after settling the cases of more than 250 patients treated by a surgeon convicted of carrying out needless breast operations. top surgeon ian paterson, 59, described in court by one victim as being "like god", lied to patients and exaggerated or invented the ...



mater dei hospital in malta looking for house surgeon




house surgeon (dentistry):  closing  by not later than noon (central european time) of friday 17th november 2017.mater dei hospital (mdh) is an acute general teaching hospital offering a full range of hospital services.  it also provides an extensive range of specialist services.  it aims to cre...



when the doctor recommends against the surgery a breast cancer patient wants




image: this is steven j. katz, m.d., m.p.h. view more credit: michigan medicineann arbor, michigan - more women with breast cancer are electing to have both breasts removed, even when cancer affects only one breast. the procedure, called contralateral prophylactic mastectomy (cpm), is a more comple...



shared doctor-patient orthopaedic treatment decisions improve outcomes, patient




well-informed patients who decide with their orthopaedic surgeon what treatment is best for them have better outcomes and higher patient satisfaction rates, according to new study presented today at the 2017 annual meeting of the american academy of orthopaedic surgeons (aaos).shared decision making...



computer scientists repurpose laparoscopy video for medical training




laparoscopy is a surgical technique in which a fiber-optic camera is inserted into a patient's abdominal cavity to provide a video feed that guides the surgeon through a minimally invasive procedure.laparoscopic surgeries can take hours, and the video generated by the camera -- the laparoscope -- is...



macchiarini's seventh transplant patient dies




italian surgeon paolo macchiarini. photo: ap photo/lorenzo galassi a seventh patient of italian surgeon paolo macchiarini, who was fired from a swedish university over accusations of misconduct, has died. macchiarini performed two synthetic trachea transplants on yesim cetir, 26, in stockholm in 201...



trans oral robotic surgery saves public hospital patients from disfiguring proce




the cancerous tumour growing at the back of brian hodge's tongue was about as hard-to-reach as cancers get. the 73-year-old was told he'd need radical, invasive surgery to remove the 50¢-sized tumour. his surgeon would make an incision almost from ear-to-ear and split his jaw in two for the 10-12 ...



man viciously attacked over a cigarette at dandenong hospital




a patient transport officer was knocked to the ground and kicked by a gang after he was asked for a cigarette outside dandenong hospital.police say the victim, a 47-year-old pakenham man, was standing outside the hospital on david street about 3.30pm on tuesday when he was approached by three men....



how much does your surgeon charge? medibank data shows huge variation




some surgeons are charging patients seven times more than their peers for the same operations, leaving patients with bills over $4000 that are not covered by their health insurance.a medibank report suggests it pays to shop around when looking for a surgeon to perform a range of common procedures in...



sweden's top university karolinska tumbles in global ranking




the scandal involving ki’s former surgeon macchiarini could have played a factor in the drop. photo: thomas oneborg/svd/tt sweden’s reputed karolinska institute (ki) has tumbled in its international ranking, slipping a full 10 points year-on-year in the prestigious times higher education (the) w...



3d-printing human body parts




bioprinting has generated bones, cartilage, and some muscles; hearts and livers are still years away.



study: most athletic patients return to sports, highly satisfied with acl recons




image: this is answorth allen, md. view more credit: hospital for special surgerya study at hospital for special surgery (hss) finds that most athletic patients who have reconstructive surgery for a torn anterior cruciate ligament (acl) are highly satisfied with the procedure and able to return to ...



a robot in china performed dental surgery on a living person




going to the dentist is a scary experience for many, but obviously not for the brave person who volunteered to undergo oral surgery performed by a robot. the procedure took place in china, where the robotic dentist successfully implanted a pair of teeth into patient’s mouth. no human took an activ...



serious mortuary errors could be reduced by applying common patient safety proto




new research investigating serious incidents occurring in the management of patient remains after their death concludes that safe mortuary care may be improved by applying lessons learned from existing patient safety work. the research, published today by the journal of the royal society of medicine...