Australia Boy dies after circumcision in Perth's southern suburbs

10:47  09 december  2021
10:47  09 december  2021 Source:   abc.net.au

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A two-year-old boy who tragically died after a circumcision had an allergic reaction to medication after surgery, doctors have revealed. The toddler and his baby brother were discharged from Gosnells Medical Centre, in Perth ' s southeastern suburbs , after undergoing the same procedure on Tuesday. An employee at the clinic told Daily Mail Australia there were no complications immediately after the operation, but the situation took a dire turn later that night. At about 6.30pm, paramedics raced the little boys from friend's home in Seville Grove to Armadale Hospital. The two-year-old boy had an allergic

A toddler has died and his baby brother is in a serious condition after undergoing circumcisions at a Perth clinic. Police say the death of the two-year-old is not being treated as suspicious. The boy ’ s brother underwent emergency surgery overnight, and remains in hospital. Circumcision is banned at Australian public hospitals unless it is required for medical reasons, although the surgery can be carried out at private clinics by a general practitioner. The two boys underwent the procedure at a private facility in Perth , according to 7 News.

The boy's death is not being treated as suspicious and a report will now be prepared for the coroner. (supplied) © Provided by ABC NEWS The boy's death is not being treated as suspicious and a report will now be prepared for the coroner. (supplied)

A two-year-old boy has died after undergoing a medical procedure — believed to be a circumcision — at a registered medical centre in Perth's southern suburbs.

Police Commissioner Chris Dawson said the boy's death was not being treated as suspicious and a report would now be prepared for the coroner.

"It's a tragic case; we're working very closely with the family and we'll provide a report to the state coroner as soon as we can," he said.

"It appears this is a very tragic case but I’ve got no information to suggest there is anything untoward in terms of criminal acts or anything like that.

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A toddler has reportedly died and his infant brother left needing life-saving surgery after a circumcision gone wrong in Perth ’ s south -eastern suburbs .

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"We'll provide all those facts for the state coroner to deal with."

Australian Medical Association WA (AMA WA) President Mark Duncan-Smith urged parents considering circumcision for their children to seek advice from their doctor.

"This is a conversation to have with your trusted GP to get some quality, appropriate advice so a proper decision can be taken," he said.

"Certainly, we believe if a child is to have a circumcision … that it should be done by an appropriate specialist and must be done with appropriate anaesthesia.

"It is not ethically allowable from a medical professional to undertake a circumcision without a proper anaesthetic.

"There is a lot of balance (needed) in this discussion between the rights of a child to a whole body, the rights of a parent to make a decision on behalf of that child and then there are also the cultural and religious sides of the equation that have to be taken into account."

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