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Video: The Paralyzed Swede Sues [the Doctors Discussing The Removal Of His Organs]
2023 Author: Abraham Higgins | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-11-27 23:16
The paralyzed Swede sues [the doctors discussing the removal of his organs]
The Swede, paralyzed as a result of a stroke, filed a lawsuit against the doctors of the hospital in which he was treated, for the fact that in his presence they informed his relatives that the patient had no chance of survival and discussed the possibility of removing organs from him for transplantation. Thus, the man hopes to exclude the possibility of a repetition of a similar situation with other patients.
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The Swede, paralyzed as a result of a stroke, filed a lawsuit against the doctors of the hospital in which he was treated, for the fact that in his presence they informed his relatives that the patient had no chance of survival and discussed the possibility of removing organs from him for transplantation. The Daily Telegraph.
About two years ago, 43-year-old Jimi Fritze suffered a stroke while vacationing on an island in the Gothenburg archipelago. Due to unfavorable weather conditions, it took more than an hour and a half to transport the patient by helicopter to Sahlgrenska Hospital in Gothenburg, so by the time the man was in the hospital, he was completely paralyzed. However, Fritze retained vision, hearing and mental abilities, which, apparently, the doctors did not know.
Having carried out an X-ray examination of the patient's brain, the doctors in his presence told his girlfriend that Fritze had no chance of surviving. After these words, according to the man, he lost consciousness for some time, and when he woke up, he heard doctors discussing among themselves the possibility of removing his liver and kidneys for transplantation to other patients. When later other members of the Fritze family came to the hospital to say goodbye to him, the doctors, despite the fact that the patient's brain death was not officially registered at that time, began discussing the donation of his organs with relatives, and also in the presence of the patient. According to Fritze, he heard everything, saw and was terrified, being deprived of the opportunity to call anyone for help and report that he was still alive.
Three days later, Fritze was rescued by the return to work from vacation of a more experienced specialist who conducted additional research, determined that the patient had a good chance of recovery, and prescribed more intensive therapy. A few days later, Fritze's condition improved, he regained the ability to communicate with the outside world by nodding his head. Now, as a result of ongoing rehabilitation therapy, Fritze can speak and move, although he remains confined to a wheelchair.
According to him, he decided to file a lawsuit against Sahlgrenska Hospital in order to exclude the possibility of a similar situation with other patients in the future. A hospital spokesman has already said that an internal investigation has begun in connection with Fritze's lawsuit.
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