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Friday, August 20, 2010

Kru trys to RE-INVENT himself

You are looking at the most delusional person in the world!!!!

"What? Do I LOOK like I am Bankrupt"
Kruschinski's most famous words, just before he filled for insolvency!

Bankruptcy Court Action
Über das Vermögen des Dr. med. Daniel Kruschinski,
Geburtsjahr: 1958,
Falkenhausenweg 54,12249 Berlin
ist am 02.08.2007 um 13.00
Uhr das Insolvenzverfahren eröffnet worden.
Der Schuldner hat einen Antrag auf Restschuld befreiung gestellt.
Verwalter: Rechtsanwältin Vera Mai, Kurfürstendamm 66, 10707 Berlin AZ:
36k IN 2631/07Berlin, 9. August 2007 Amtsgericht Charlottenburg

Translation for your convenience:
Dr. med Daniel Kruschinski, date of birth 1958,
Falkenhausenweg 54, 12249 Berlin 02.08.2007 13.00h
has filed for bankruptcy
The debtor made an application for release from debts
Executor: Attorny Vera Mai, Kurfuerstendamm 66, 10707 Berlin AZ:
36k IN 2631/07Berlin, 9. August 2007Amtsgericht Charlottenburg

Good thing IHRT is re-opening your case!
Lots of people are looking for YOU!
Tons of them in IHRT's stat counter!

"Down Memory Lane"
As only Daniel Kruschinski can take us!

Out of the mouth of Kru.....
**Daniel's words: I get all my"coping" skills from my daddy who was a prisoner in Auschwitz!
** I will have Endogyn Infrastructures all over the world!
** I can go back to the "Emma" any time!

** I am doing clinical studies, surgeries everyday at Zuckerburg, flying off to Thialand and Africa, have a wife, 2 mistress's, 4 kids that I claim and do not pay support to, enough food, beer and booze to keep me happy, and I don't pay taxes either because all of the above is all paid for by the German government to boot! In fact, I never paid taxes now that I think of it!
Below you will find the most delusional person in the world!!!!
** Here are some impressions from the OR at the Klinik am Zuckerberg and some faces for you to get familiar with. Most of them you will see only at the operating or recovery room.
**MORE FACTS about SPRAYGEL to come......
** I am not divorced!
** Those are NOT my two sons! Shirley is a whore!
** I am Jewish!
** I am Catholic!
** Michi is NOT my mistress
** I will give each of my patients your book, Karen!
** We will have more clinical study reports for you on SprayShield!

To date IHRT has proved all these statements from Kru were LIES,
ands many, many more lies as well!

Psycho, Sociopath Kruschinski is on the loose again.....

After hanging out with his father figure

learning all that he can about human experiments.....

"Hey Daddy!"


OH MY GOD! He IS back!

Of course Kruschinski is back, all he has in life is his computer and web site as that is the only way he can feed his perverted ego!
So far the only patient still stroking his ego in the OLD Endoyn message board is "Dandy Sandy!"
(Dandy Sandy actually posts and then answers herself as Kru doesn't!)
Is it a wonder he was bored to death with the old, useless"Endogyn" web site!
Helen Dynda & Karen Stewart, and all the rest of Kru's crew deserted Kru just as we said they would! IHRT right again!

Well, he does have other ways to stroke his ego so why bother with Dandy Sandy!!

Looking through the eyes of a drunk...Yes, this IS how he see's himself in the mirror!

Fat and Bald and Blurry

King Kru aka Daniel Marian Kruschinski is right on track with IHRT's prediction that he would, 100%, absolutely try to re-invent himself into another "Walk - on - Water" surgeon!

King Kru is NOT performing adhesiolysis procedures at Zuckerburg, and he is NOT using the "Abdolift" at Zuckerburg unless he is using it for "cosmetic procedures" as that is all Zuckburg Klinik is license to do there!

A member of IHRT recently toured Klinik Zuckerburg and found it to be nothing but a hotel in which cosmetic procedures are performed by Dr.'s who all have offices elsewhere! People are free to roam the three stories at will, no nurses, no nothing to be exact!

The list of "cosmetic surgeons" sits near the information desk as you enter from the side door, and guess who was NOT on that listing!
Yup...King Kru.

The cosmetic surgeons listed on the information board also had calling cards seen blow on the desk, and what to my wondering eyes does appear? A goofy "Endogyn" that appears to have been a hasty put with the others! This card was poorly written, very unprofessional in appearance,k and the other Dr.s had office address's on theirs cards, but alas Kru only had a cellphone number and web site! Go figure!

All the Dr.'s listed as working in Zuckerburg Klinik were plastic surgeons, but again, only one Dr. offered "internal adhesiolysis procedures" at a facility that doesn't even have a recovery room to monitor it's patients!

Guess who THAT one Dr. is!?

The photo of Zuckerburg that is found in "Endogyn" shows the facade of the klinik at the restaurant entrance off the deck, which faces a very messy unkempt looking miniature golf course and a water fountain that doesn't work!! Nice job, Hutter!
Another wonderful feature of this "klinik" is that it has no elevator for post op patients, and for that matter, one has to wonder if the adhesiolysis procedures Kru claims to do there are performed in one of the hotel rooms as how do you get the ARD patient from the room to the operating /recovery room? The answer is, YOU USE A CHAIRLIFT!

The next issue of wonders is IHRT wonders how Kru is doing gasless adhesiolysis procedures, when he doesn't have an "Abdolift!" Of course, he could have made something similar in the basement of Michi's mothers house where he lives! You know, a "coat hanger type abdolift!"

Every time someone calls Zuckerburg and asks for Kruschinski, the receptionist says that he is "on tour," and tells you to call his cellphone! Oh, whatever!

In this answer IHRT can easily surmise that Doc. Hutter is either in bed with Kru to screw patients out of their money or Hutter will let anyone with a buck advertise on the Zukerburg web site and put calling cards in the Klinik!

By promoting Kruschinski Hutter is hoping that someone will send Kru money and then he would be assured of recouping monies he got taken for by Kru! Maybe Zuckerburg should get rid of that messy golf course and put in a tennis court as Hutter seems to have a nice little "racket" going! Also, the water fountain doesn't work either and looks rather scummy. Perhaps they only used it for promotional photos!

"Hutter and Kru" what a hoot when they are on a toot!

Speaking of hoots, get a load of King Krus

Endogyn web site!

Welcome to EndoGyn®
Endoscopic Gynecology

Enter the world of Dr. Kruschinski

My boy, Danny, was a good boy! Sure, he was into experimenting at a young age, like, on animals, neighborhood children, bums, and the likes of those kinds! But he was trying to do good for humanity! He was good with his hands! He was always trying to put the square peg into a round hole, you know, becuase if he accomplished that he would be the only one in the world to have done it, and then onto greatness!
He sent me a hand written " Mothers Day Card" he is that sweet!

Oh, sure, I tease him with a card now and then. I think they ar are funny, why not? It is good to laugh! I am sure every mother does that!

YOU MADE IT TO THE BIG TIME Kru! Your mother would be proud!
Mobile: 0177. 62.04.621
Tollfree Phone consulting Germany, Every Thursday between 3:00 pm and 5:00 pm

Friday, June 25, 2010

Doctor gets 6 months for research fraud

Doctor gets 6 months for research fraud
By Associated Press | Friday, June 25, 2010 | | Local Coverage
BOSTON — A Massachusetts doctor has been sentenced to six months in federal prison for faking his published research into the post-surgery effectiveness of some painkillers.

Scott Reuben, the former chief of the acute pain clinic at Baystate Medical Center in Springfield, was also sentenced on Thursday to three years of probation, ordered to pay a $5,000 fine and make restitution of about $362,000 to the companies that provided his research grants.

The 51-year-old anesthesiologist from Longmeadow pleaded guilty in February to health care fraud.

The hospital found that Reuben misrepresented findings in 21 studies dating to 1996, and at least 13 of his studies published in professional journals were retracted.

His lawyers have said Reuben suffered from bipolar disorder.

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Wednesday, March 10, 2010

IHRT Team Alive and Doing Well


"Education and Awareness"

IS the key to protecting yourself from interventions that harm instead of help you!

This site was created to protect persons afflicted with "Adhesion Related Disorder" with critically important information about medical mistakes, professional incompetence and misconduct that has been carried out by doctors, caregivers and many medical facilities throughout the world that allow these types of practices to occur!

This site will also help ARD patients who have suffered physical or psychological harm from medical personnel to know that they are not alone, and in fact every time they walk out of an appointment for ARD symptoms no matter the type of intervention, if they feel demeaned, foolish, and crazy, it is NOT the patient who is wrong, it is the provider!

C-Sections an issue - AGAIN! Yadda, Yadda, Yadda!

If places like" Endogyn in Germany," among MOST medical facilities and surgeons who won't admit or tell patients about their medical errors; we, the patients, in order to form a higher standard of care, will tell each other and do what the Federal and State governments have failed to do for the life, the welfare and the pursuit of healthiness of patients locally and across the nation.
This site is a gift to all who visit here; the gift of life.

Ask not what your Medical Center or Dr. can do FOR you; ask what HAS been done


Iatrogenic: What does this word mean.

We, at IHRT, proclaim ourselves the defenders of those afflicted with ARD, and we will continue our quest to stomp out the injustices dealt them wherever it exists in the world! We continue to monitor those who have imposed themselves on the vulnerable, unsuspecting and desperate victims of ARD, so do not be fooled with a quiet IHRT web site but remember this;


Among the most blatant offenders of crimes against person's afflicted with ARD
"Dr. Daniel Marian Kruschinski "- a Polish surgeon was performing experimental operations in Germany on patients from the United States......he claimed to be able to cure adhesions, yet he created more adhesions then he would ever heal! Remember what you read about the practices of THIS surgeon is repeated by surgeons all over the world, so read up and stay safe!
If it sounds to good to be true, it probably isn't true!

Dr. Daniel Kruschinski of Germany! Though IHRT has been effective in stopping him from practicing medicine on innocent, vulnerable people, he non the less continues using the Internet to feed his perverted need for attention! "Dr."

Exposing the facts of what goes on behind the doors of Endogyn, Emma-Klinic, Seligenstadt, Germany Institut für Endoskopische Gynäkologie Head: Daniel Kruschinski, MD
Click here to read "The Endogate Papers"

The "OLD" debate on C-sections is raging once again! Sure, all those who are shouting out against C-Sections once again DO NOT mention the most insidious complication of that procedure which is "Adhesion Related Disorder!!"

So, they debate it again, cry out "shame" on the OB/GYN's who perform them, yet to-date nothing changes! Yes, women die from an occasional fatal complication of the C-section, but far more women suffer the pain and disabilities from the adhesions caused by the C-section, and they are not able to secure the necessary interventions that might, MIGHT, help her live as best as she can with "ARD" as once you are cut and the adhesions develop, there is no turning it around! - Battle lines drawn over C-sections
Aug 23, 2005 ... As the overall C-section rate in the USA continues to climb, ... Many hospitals have interpreted that to mean they must have an

Why so many women have C-sections - Your Health
Mar 26, 2007 ... About 30 percent of all births in the US are cesareans, ... Why so many women have C-sections. About 30 percent of U.S. births are Cesareans

More C-sections, more problems - Los Angeles Times
May 17, 2009 ... The cesarean rate in the U.S. is higher than in most other ... many believe, because of it -- childbirth in the U.S. doesn't measure up.

Cesarean Birth for Medical Reasons - March of Dimes
Some health care experts believe that many c-sections are medically unnecessary. ... that 1 in 3 babies in the United States are delivered by c-section.

Contact your Congressperson to voice your opinion to stop these C-sections from over use!
If YOUR state does not have an "Adhesion Related Disorder" proclamation that can offer validation of the affliction when seeking medical intervention for it, Social Security Disability because of it and to assist in educating both medical and non medical persons as to the reality of it!

Thursday, February 04, 2010

Safe Surgery Saves Lives

Atul Gawande's 'Checklist' For Surgery Success

January 5, 2010 - STEVE INSKEEP, host:

Our next guest wants to tackle what he considers a huge challenge in health care, the effort to get really smart people to remember essential things.


Atul Gawande is a surgeon and he's a health care writer. His articles sometimes get passed around the White House. He's focusing on the complexity of medical treatment. Gwande says American doctors might save money and lives if they used a checklist.

INSKEEP: It's just a rundown of best practices for treating anything from back pain to cancer. Atul Gwande's book �The Checklist Manifesto� includes the story of a man who came to an emergency room with a stab wound.

Dr. ATUL GAWANDE (Author, �The Checklist Manifesto�): He had perfect blood pressure. It was a single wound about an inch in size in his belly.

INSKEEP: Probably didn't looked that bad?

Dr. GAWANDE: Didn't look that bad. About 10 minutes later, he crashed, lost his blood pressure. And when they got him open they found that the wound had gone � this is a pretty big guy � and had gone straight through more than a foot into him, all the way into his back and sliced open his aorta. And so afterwards they asked a few more questions of the family. How did this happen? Well, it was a Halloween party. Well, what exactly went on? And then they learned that the guy who stabbed him was dressed as a soldier carrying a bayonet. And if they had understood it was a bayonet, they would have thought about it quite differently.

INSKEEP: And so it seemed in retrospect very simple stuff. What was this man stabbed with? It's a stab that was not followed. Somebody made one too many assumptions about this.

Dr. GAWANDE: Yes, and this is why the case was interesting to me. Our great struggle in medicine these days is not just with ignorance and uncertainty. It's also with complexity - how much you have to make sure you have in your head and think about. There are a thousand ways that something can go wrong. We miss stuff. We are inconsistent and unreliable because of the complexity of care. And when I looked at other fields and how they handled complexity, again and again they come back to the simple idea of just using a checklist.

INSKEEP: Well, let's make a comparison here. How does the way the average doctor work compare with the way the average airline pilot works?

Dr. GAWANDE: It was very interesting. I got a chance to visit Boeing and see how they make things work, and over and over again they fall back on checklists, as people know. The pilot's checklist is a crucial component, not just for how you handle takeoff and landing in normal circumstances, but even how you handle a crisis emergency when you only have a couple of minutes to make a critical decision.

In surgery the way we handle this is we say, You need eight, nine, 10 years of training, you get experience under your belt, and then you go with the instinct and expertise that you've developed over time. You go with your knowledge. What we found is that when you have the music checklist, when you have them turn to that reminder, that bedside aid, we get better results, massively better result.

We brought a two minute checklist into operating rooms in eight hospitals. I worked with a team of folks that included Boeing to show us how they do it, and we just made sure that the checklist had some basic things, make sure that blood is available, antibiotics are there, and we caught basic mistakes and some of that stupid stuff. But then the second part of it was we also found that good teamwork required certain things that we missed very frequently. So on the checklist is make sure everybody knows each other's name in the room, and the average reduction in complications and deaths was over 35 percent.

INSKEEP: Just from missing basic things. And another thing about teamwork, knowing the other people's names, just being sure that the doctors are communicating with the nurses who may be in the room at that moment.

Dr. GAWANDE: Making sure everybody knew each other's name produced what they called an activation phenomena. The person having gotten the chance to voice their name, let speak in the room, were much more likely to speak up later.

INSKEEP: If they saw a problem?

Dr. GAWANDE: If they saw a problem.

INSKEEP: Well, being questioned on a mistake is another thing. How do surgeons that you know respond to this notion of being questioned by their colleagues and having to refer to some simple or elaborate checklist to make sure they got everything right?

Dr. GAWANDE: When we first brought in the idea of a checklist into operating rooms, you can imagine the response. The predominant one was, we already do this stuff, we don't need it and this is a pain in my butt. We asked them to give it a try, and when we surveyed people afterwards, there was about 80 percent who were - thought this was something they wanted to continue to use. But 20 percent remained strongly against it. They said this is a waste of my time, I don't think it makes any difference. And then we asked them, if you were to have an operation, would you want the checklist?

(Soundbite of laughter)

Dr. GAWANDE: Ninety-four percent wanted the checklist.

INSKEEP: What, if anything, in society at large makes people resistant to this notion of relying basically on memory aids or reminders when they're doing a complex task?

Dr. GAWANDE: Partly I think we have a hard time admitting weakness, and one of the things that we have to grapple with is that we have to assume we are fallible, even as experts.

INSKEEP: Although that's not the image we see in TVs and movies, is it? I mean you see the heroic pilot flying by the seat of his pants. You see House hobbling through the hospital and coming up with another brilliant diagnosis out of the back of his head somewhere.

Dr. GAWANDE: In my last chapter I grapple with - one of the things that struck me about the miracle on the Hudson when Sully Sullenberger brought the plane down that saved 155 people after it was hit by geese over Manhattan and landed it in the river, over and over again we wanted to say, look at this hero who piloted this plane down, and the striking thing was how much over and over again he said there was nothing that hard about the physical navigation of this plane. Instead he kept saying it was teamwork and adherence to protocol. And when you walk your through - and I did it, I walked through all the things that the team did, what Jeff Skiles did in the jump seat to try to restart the engines and make sure that the flaps were in the proper position for the landing and so on, you realize how much of a team effort it is.

I come out of my operations and then I go out and talk to the family and they say, Doctor, thank you for saving my husband, and you feel a little bit like a fraud, because you know how much you were dependent on everybody getting this right. And when we acknowledge it, that's when we come back to ideas like checklists.

INSKEEP: Have you made yourself a better surgeon?

Dr. GAWANDE: I didn't expect it. It's massively improved the kinds of results I'm getting. When we implemented this checklist in eight other hospitals, I started using it in my operating room because I didn't want to be a hypocrite. But hey, I'm at Harvard, did I need a checklist? No. I didn't - I didn't think...

INSKEEP: You were in that 20 percent...

Dr. GAWANDE: I was in that 20 percent, said no. I have not gotten through a week of surgery where the checklist has not caught a problem.

INSKEEP: Atul Gawande is the author of "The Checklist Manifesto.� Thanks very much.

Dr. GAWANDE: Thank you.
Source: NPR