Laparoscopic cholecystectomy informed consent obtained illegally by fraud, deception and concealment.

A FYI on the history of gallbladder surgery.

During the 80’s alternative treatment options for treating gallstones threatened surgeons ‘ bread and butter’ income AKA Cholecystectomy Gallbladder Surgery. Numbers actually dropped over a three year period. This was because the alternative treatments worked. Surgeons invented Lap cholecystectomy, huge $$$ cash cow incomes achieved, diagnoses for ripping gallbladder’s out increased 150-200%, some for no good reason, as confirmed by DR’s own medical studies.

Justification presented by the good surgeon to patients now include (extract current hospital consent forms) :

Note: There is NO end to end medical study known to man kind that will back these claims, minimizing side effects, no risks or alternative treatment options. This makes gallbladder surgery the worlds largest informed consent surgery frauds and due to the numbers affected, a crime against humanity and woman ( more likely to under go surgery) .

United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights:  Article 5: No one shall be subjected to cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment

Note: If your gallbladder is about to kill, it must come out. Unfortunately when post health problem kick in (risk high as 43% for woman), the good doctors will maintain the deception, ‘your heath issues don’t exist’ or even ‘it’s in your head’, or ‘not a result of gallbladder removal / surgery’, go away – after taking your $$$$ for tests looking for answer for root cause they claim they have no idea ‘WHY’.

• ‘You don’t need a gallbladder’. ‘So surgery to take it out is often recommended’
• ‘You can lead a perfectly normal life without a gallbladder’.
• ‘Your liver will still make enough bile to digest your food but, instead of being stored in the gallbladder, it drips continuously into your digestive system’
• ‘Surgery side effects are temporary. (bloating, flatulence and diarrhea – this can last a few weeks)’
• Eat a normal diet straight away – you can return to a normal diet
• Only some people experience symptoms similar to those caused by gallstones after surgery (tummy pain, indigestion, diarrhoea).
• In most cases symptoms are mild and short-lived
• Very rarely, patients notice that their bowels are a little looser (diarrhea) than before the operation.
• You will be able to eat a normal diet after your operation
• Unfortunately there is no non-surgical alternative; the only successful treatment is to remove (the gall bladder and) gallstones completely.
• Can I manage without my Gall Bladder? Yes. The gall bladder is a reservoir for bile and we are able to manage without it. Rarely patients notice that their bowels are a little looser than before the operation but this is uncommon
• Very rarely, patients notice that their bowels are a little looser (diarrhea) than before the operation.
• You will be able to eat a normal diet after your operation
• Unfortunately there is no non-surgical alternative; the only successful treatment is to remove (the gall bladder and) gallstones completely.
• Can I manage without my Gall Bladder? Yes. The gall bladder is a reservoir for bile and we are able to manage without it. Rarely patients notice that their bowels are a little looser than before the operation but this is uncommon
• “Generally once the gall bladder is removed the symptoms you have had will resolve. In some instances they persist for a short time and then get better”
• “Removal of the gall bladder does not usually impair the digestive system”
• “There are no other effective, safe, durable and widely accepted alternatives to surgery”. “The other alternative is to have no treatment.”
• “you may experience some diarrhoea after surgery. This should settle within three or four weeks. If the diarrhoea is bothersome your local chemist can advice you on over-the-counter remedies.”
• “Your gall bladder is not an essential organ. If it is removed, bile flows to your intestines directly from your liver and digestion continues as normal.”

 

Is Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy (LC) the largest health consumer surgery frauds?