The surgeon sought after the death of the patient who became a liposculpture is presented before the judge of Cartagena

Less than 24 hours after the judge investigating the death of a 39-year-old woman after undergoing a liposculpture in Cartagena dictated an order of detention a

The surgeon sought after the death of the patient who became a liposculpture is presented before the judge of Cartagena

Less than 24 hours after the judge investigating the death of a 39-year-old woman after undergoing a liposculpture in Cartagena dictated an order of detention against the surgeon who operated it, the facultative has been presented this morning in court.

The doctor, according to legal sources, has denied at all times that he had a member of fleeing or avoiding his responsibility in the death of the patient as he said his lawyer yesterday Tuesday.

The magistrate now studies the request for precautionary measures by the lawyer of the women's family, which requests the withdrawal of the passport, its biweekly appearing before the instructor and that is suspended from the exercise of medicine.

For its part, the lawyer's lawyer excused the absence of his represented yesterday, when he had been cited to give statement, and argued that he did not do it because he needed more time to analyze the documentation on which the investigation against him is based on. In fact, he said that the instructor was aware that her client would not appear.

Likewise, the family of the deceased has expanded the complaint of reckless homicide to the anesthetist who attended the operation, as confirmed by the lawyer of the particular accusation, Ignacio Martínez.

"For the reliable information we know we understand that the anesthetist could have stopped the operation when there were clear signs that he was bleeding, that he was no longer taking fat," Martínez told Europe Press.

Sara Gómez suffered serious injuries in multiple organs as a result of the aesthetic surgery that was subjected on December 2 in Cartagena, died on January 1 at the Santa Lucia General Hospital, where she was admitted.

In the diagnosis of women they appear, among other findings, various damages such as fecaloideous and biliary peritonitis, ischemic ascending colon necrosis, multiple intestinal perforations, duodenal perforation, abdominal wall necrosis, liver lacerations, retroperitoneal abscess and contained evisceration .

It is, according to the lawyer of the family, of traumas "more of the result of a brawl with a white weapon".

Updated Date: 06 January 2022, 18:24

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