World United States. Video surgeon on Zoom operates on patient during trial
Doctor joins Zoom trial while operating on patient
Medical officials in California say they will investigate surgeon Scott Green.Scott Green was dressed in surgical scrubs in an operating theatre when he appeared at his virtual trial on Thursday, the Sacramento Bee reported.
Summoned by American justice by videoconference for traffic violations, a plastic surgeon presented himself to the judge while he was performing an operation. If, according to him, he could carry out both activities simultaneously, the judge preferred to move the hearing. The California Medical Council took an interest in the case, considering the surgeon to have taken risks.
While summoned Thursday, February 25, by thecourt for traffic violations, a Californian appeared to the judge by videoconference while he was in full operation. On screen, he wore a mask, gloves and a blue gown and was in an operating room, carrying out his trial and his operation head-on, reports the Californian newspaper relayed by the .
United States. Zoom video surgeon operates on patient during trial
© Getty Images / iStockphoto The surgeon was wearing a mask, gloves and blue gown and was in an operating room, videoconferencing his trial and operation head on. Illustrative photo. Summoned by American justice by videoconference for traffic violations, a plastic surgeon presented himself to the judge while he was performing an operation. If, according to him, he could carry out both activities simultaneously, the judge preferred to move the hearing.
Plastic surgeon, Dr. Scott Green, appears in traffic court - for his own alleged violation - while in the middle of performing surgery, w / open patient on table.
Judge tells Dr. Green that they are concerned for patient & must reschedule.
The audacity.- Londyn Robinson (rheuminate) (@londyloo) The California College of Physicians will look into this case
The doctor's attitude surprised the presiding judge. "I am not very comfortable with the health of the patient if you are in full operation even though I am trying to complete your trial" , launched the lawyer to the professional. "I have another surgeon with me who takes care of the operation by my side" , explained the latter, adding to be able to stand "in front of you and at the same time allow the team to operate ”.
The judge however preferred to put an end to this surrealist hearing and proposed another date to the litigant. The next day, the California medical order indicated that it would analyze this case, considering that the patient treated had perhaps not benefited from the "standards of treatment and attention" that the one expects from a doctor.
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