The case is scheduled to be heard on June 17, 2019. The surgery was performed at the Salmania Medical Complex. Indigenous woman in a coma after surgery. She died two months later on August 17. The prosecution alleges that the young woman died due to lack of post-operative care by doctors.
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The patient was removed from the hospital’s operating theater before the surgery was completed and the patient was fully recovered. The main allegation raised by the prosecution is that this was the main reason the patient died. The lawyer was also unable to establish that the doctors had made a mistake by giving the patient all the fingers that had been surgically removed. The court accepted this argument. That is how the court commuted their sentence. It is true that the patient had a lack of oxygen in his body but the cause of death has not yet been determined. It was in this situation that the doctors were acquitted. The court acquitted the other two doctors who were with him for lack of evidence
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