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US A California doctor performed surgery during a Zoom court appearance

04:41  02 march  2021
04:41  02 march  2021 Source:   cnn.com

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A California doctor attended a Zoom court appearance during surgery . The sound of medical equipment beeping can be heard in the background, and Green is seen handling surgical tools in the live stream. He said another surgeon was nearby to assist with the surgery while he appeared for court .

A plastic surgeon in California attended a virtual court hearing in relation to a traffic violation from an operating theater while a patient was on the table. “I have another surgeon right here who’s doing the surgery with me, so I can stand here and allow them to do the surgery also,” Green explained, as he apparently continued to work while waiting for the judge to enter the group call. When Court Commissioner Gary Link appeared , he was baffled by the scene as well, hesitating to proceed with the hearing.

A California doctor's trial was delayed after he appeared for a virtual court hearing while simultaneously conducting a surgery last Thursday.

a person standing in front of a television: A California doctor attended a Zoom court appearance during surgery. © Sacramento Superior Court/Sacramento Bee A California doctor attended a Zoom court appearance during surgery.

Dr. Scott Green, a plastic surgeon, showed up to his virtual Sacramento Superior Court hearing -- held over Zoom -- to contest a traffic violation, wearing scrubs, gloves, a mask and surgical cap.

"Are you available for trial?" a Sacramento Superior Court clerk asked Green during the proceeding, which was live-streamed. "It kind of looks like you're in an operating room right now?"

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At one point, an apparently unconscious patient on a table briefly appeared in the frame.

A Sacramento plastic surgeon showed up to his Zoom traffic court trial while in the middle of operating on a patient. The incident is the latest mundane court proceeding to take an interesting turn in the age coronavirus, videoconferencing and remote work. Just weeks after a viral video of a Texas lawyer who could not turn off a kitten filter during a Zoom court appearance , Dr . Scott Green appeared in a virtual courtroom Thursday from an operating room dressed in scrubs and a surgical mask.

"I'm in an operating room," he replied. "Yes I'm available for trial. Go right ahead","

The sound of medical equipment beeping can be heard in the background, and Green is seen handling surgical tools in the live stream. He said another surgeon was nearby to assist with the surgery while he appeared for court.

But after he confirmed he was operating on a patient, Judge Gary Link, the court commissioner, rescheduled the trial.

"So unless I'm mistaken, I'm seeing a defendant that's in the middle of an operating room appearing to be actively engaged in providing services to a patient," Link said during the virtual hearing. "I do not feel comfortable for the welfare of a patient if you're in the process of operating that I would put on a trial."

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California Doctor Shocks Judge by Performing Surgery During Court Appearance ; Now Faces Investigation. "I don't think that's appropriate," the court commissioner said. A California medical board is looking into a doctor who was performing surgery as his trial-violation trial was beginning.

Dr Scott Green, a plastic surgeon from California , appeared for a traffic court hearing on Zoom while still inside his operating theatre on Thursday, reports the BBC. The hearing was held virtually because of the coronavirus pandemic. In a video which is now viral online, Dr Green was When questioned by the presiding commissioner about the propriety of the move, the doctor said he had "another surgeon right here who's doing the surgery with me". Judge: “Unless I'm mistaken, I'm seeing a defendant who's in the middle of an operating room appearing to be actively engaged in providing services to a patient.

In a statement to CNN, the Medical Board of California said it is investigating the incident.

"The Medical Board of California expects physicians to follow the standard of care when treating their patients," the Board said in a statement. "The Board is aware of this incident and will be looking into it, as it does with all complaints it receives."

CNN reached out to Green for comment but did not hear back. His next hearing has been scheduled for Thursday, Link said.

The incident follows other virtual courtroom mishaps this year -- including when a lawyer appeared as a sad kitten on screen during a Texas court proceeding last month.

a man wearing glasses: Dr. Scott Green appeared for a virtual court hearing during surgery. © Sacramento Superior Court/Sacramento Bee Dr. Scott Green appeared for a virtual court hearing during surgery.

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