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Friday, March 28, 2014

Huge Ethics Breech Dr Daniel Kruschinski of Germany Marries Surgical Patient after 20 Surgeries in One Month

This is about the most egregious breech of ethics a doctor can commit.
He brags of it on his website and sees nothing wrong with this. He claims in public her poor frantic family is jealous of him!  
She is at least 20 tears his junior. Repulsive!
Take a look.

Some of the cases with “Frozen abdomen” are so severe that they present not only adhesions to the abdominal wall and between the bowel loops, but have all organs and bowel loops surrounded by a very dense connective tissue, glueing the organs together and causing constrictions of the bowel.
Those patients need a “Multi-Step-Adhesiolysis” according to the EndoGyn concept and are informed after the first procedure that we will work upon their symptoms in different abdominal quadrants by setting-up a multistep adhesiolysis according to their symptoms.
The first step always includes full adhesiolysis of the abdominal wall as these adhesions are often causing bowel obstructions. Also a partial interluminal adhesiolysis of the bowel loop adhesions is included in the first step.
So in January 2010 the patient was admitted again and we performed the 3rd look procedure on January 18th, 2010, followed by 7 other laparoscopic procedures due to an infection and to avoid reformation of adhesions.
We had to keep the patient for 31 days in the hospital and she had all together 8 surgeries performed.
- 18/01/2010: Gasless Lift-Laparoscopy as 3rd look
– 20/01/2010: 4th look
- 25/01/2010: 5th look
- 27/01/2010: 6th look
- 29/01/2010: 7th look
- 01/02/2010: 8th look
- 05/02/2010: 9th look
- 09/01/2010: 10th look
Please check the text under the images!
If you have a strong stomach, see her surgical photos where it appears he is combining 2 different adhesion barriers or using adept only even though everyone thinks they are getting sprayygel.
This poor woman is lucky to be alive. (IHRT opines her suffering has just begun.)

Here is some insight as to a proper patient and doctor relationship.

Opinion 8.14 - Sexual Misconduct in the Practice of Medicine

Sexual contact that occurs concurrent with the patient-physician relationship constitutes sexual misconduct. Sexual or romantic interactions between physicians and patients detract from the goals of the physician-patient relationship, may exploit the vulnerability of the patient, may obscure the physician’s objective judgment concerning the patient’s health care, and ultimately may be detrimental to the patient’s well-being.
If a physician has reason to believe that non-sexual contact with a patient may be perceived as or may lead to sexual contact, then he or she should avoid the non-sexual contact. At a minimum, a physician’s ethical duties include terminating the physician-patient relationship before initiating a dating, romantic, or sexual relationship with a patient.
Sexual or romantic relationships between a physician and a former patient may be unduly influenced by the previous physician-patient relationship. Sexual or romantic relationships with former patients are unethical if the physician uses or exploits trust, knowledge, emotions, or influence derived from the previous professional relationship. (I, II, IV)
Issued December 1989; Updated March 1992 based on the report "Sexual Misconduct in the Practice of Medicine,"PDF FIle adopted December 1990 (JAMA. 1991;266:2741-2745).

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