Attempts by an American Surgeon to Attend a Special Intra-operative Trial | Currently
A surgeon in California tried to attend his trial from the operating room on Thursday while performing an operation on a patient. The judge ended the session when he learned of this. The California Medical Council is investigating the accident.
Surgeon Scott Green had to avoid due to a traffic offense. Due to the Corona pandemic, the online session has been completed. The moment Green appeared on the date of the video call, an employee and judge saw him in his surgical gown, while the machines in the operating room were clearly audible in the background.
However, Green replied in the affirmative when the somewhat baffling writer asked if he could attend the session at the time. According to the surgeon, this was possible because “there is another doctor who can perform the operation”.
However, Judge Gary Link considered this irresponsible. “I prefer to continue the case when you are not actively participating in the necessary assistance of the patient.” The fact that the hearing was live, which is mandatory in California in road traffic lawsuits, made both Link and the employee visibly uncomfortable.
The California State Medical Council said in a statement that it was investigating the accident “because doctors are expected to treat patients according to medical standards.”
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