Cholecystectomy - informed consent OR medical malpractice Fraud

Consenting practice for laparoscopic cholecystectomy – Are we doing enough to warn patients about their operation?

Consenting practice for laparoscopic cholecystectomy – Are we doing enough to warn patients about their operation?☆ Author links open overlay panelMohammed MohsinUzzamanSalimTayehSidharthaSinhaKumaranRatnasinghamDavid L.Stoker rights and content Under an Elsevier user license open archive Abstract Introduction Provision of informed consent prior to surgery is fundamental in allowing patients to make balanced choices about their care. This […]

Alternative non – surgical treatment options summary

Alternative treatment options According to New Zealand Cholecystectomy -Laparoscopic Surgeons and supported by the Heath and Disability Commissioner  (gate keeper for patients to sue surgeons for criminal fraud) And in terms of NZ Medical council terms of reference for  malpractice : involves immoral, illegal or unethical conduct or neglect of professional duty (improper professional conduct) New Zealand […]

Proof : Doctors obtain informed consent through deception – Weight gain – magic bile duct gallbladders

Cholecystectomy Informed Consent obtained through deception is medical fraud. Examples from Surgeons telling key fundamental miss truths in order to make the Patient confortable with the option, can live a normal life, eat a normal healthy diet, do digestive and likely heath complications once the gallbaldder and its fuction is removed. Key points in infromed […]

Informed Consent Fraud – confrimed in hospitals own (diluded) medical study

The enclosed medical study carried out by .. Used example is the following Medical Information Cards for informed consent requirements for Cholecystectomy Surgery The information provided excludes all details of risk of Post Cholecystectomy Syndrome – where symptoms occur in about 5 to 40 percent of patients who undergo cholecystectomy,[3] and can be transient, persistent or lifelong.[4][5]The chronic […]

Is Cholecystectomy Necessary After ERCP for Bile Duct Stones in Patients with Gallbladder in situ?

Korean J Intern Med. 2001 Dec;16(4):254-9. Is cholecystectomy necessary after ERCP for bile duct stones in patients with gallbladder in situ? Kwon SK1, Lee BS, Kim NJ, Lee HY, Chae HB, Youn SJ, Park SM. Author information Abstract BACKGROUND: The requirement for subsequent cholecystectomy in patients with gallbladder in situ after endoscopic removal of stones from the common bile duct (CBD) is […]

Fraud: Cholecystectomy for uncomplicated gallbladder stones does not follow evidence-based recommendations

ABSTRACT INTRODUCTION: The introduction of laparoscopic cholecystectomy was followed by a steep increase in the cholecystectomy rate, which has remained on an unchanged, high level. The main indication for cholecystectomy in Denmark in cases with uncomplicated gallbladder stones is socially debilitating pain. The objective of the present study was to investigate whether the indication “socially […]

Informed consent fraud – Nondisclosure of increased risk of injury when LC is conducted by junior less experienced surgeon / training learning curve

Ethically it is a breach of duty by failing to warn of true likely risks associated with removing gallbladder and its function by a  junior less experienced surgeons, training or otherwise. Informed Consent The legal doctrine of informed consent can be traced back to the post-World War II Nuremburg Code, a set of guidelines drafted to […]

Increase in cholecystectomy done on children – A UK Medical study confirming medical malpractice Informed Consent fraud?

The following exposes UK surgeons to potential law suites for informed consent fraud. Ethical questions need to be answered. The changing face of paediatric cholecystectomy ANiyogi1RJeeneea1NMehta2MOJones1 Affiliations Volume: 97 Issue: 7, July 2015, pp. e17-e21 Published online: June 30, 2015 Abstract If gallstone disease is on the increase in children, what does this mean for paediatric surgeons? Primary cholelithiasis, […]

Advent of laparoscopic Cholecystectomy, Cholecystectomy’s increased from 1988 to 1993 recorded 18, 28- 159%

Evidence: Increase in Increased Cholecystectomy from 1989 to 1992 (4 years) 60% Increased Cholecystectomy Rate After Introduction of Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy David A. Foster, PhD; J. D. Kleinke; Janet Young-Hasler, MD JAMA. 1994;271(7):500. doi:10.1001/jama.1994.03510310030016   FullText Abstract To the Editor.  —In their article, Legorreta et al1 suggest that the introduction of laparoscopic cholecystectomy may have caused an increase in the overall […]