Type Here to Get Search Results !

Liposuction gone wrong | liposuction before and after pictures

 Liposuction gone wrong | liposuction before and after pictures 

liposuction before and after pictures

Liposuction gone wrong


Is my liposuction gone wrong ?

-There are many cases where liposuction surgeries develop infection, but it can be treated at early stages with proper medication and care.

What are the signs of bad liposuction ?

-You will feel swelling and water inside the area and after some days rashes and redness will appear.

liposuction before and after pictures

Liposuction gone wrong



Here is a story of a women !

Read full story 👇

A woman had taken legal action against her doctor, Dr. Pretidev Ramdawon, claiming damages of Rs 1,821,080 for the damage caused following liposuction that the latter had performed on her on November 17, 1998. She accused her doctor of performing the procedure incorrectly because she had subsequently developed an infection in both legs. Judge Chui Yew Cheong found it difficult to determine the cause of the infection and dismissed his request.

The case dates back to 1998. From October 25 to 31 of this year, an advertisement entitled “Tumescent liposculpture to draw you a silhouette” appeared in the local press. Dr. Pretidev Ramdawon gave details on liposuction and the precautions to be taken before undergoing such a procedure. Also in this advertisement, according to the complainant, the doctor drew readers' attention to the risk of contracting an infection, hence the need to perform the procedure in a clean and healthy place and to take antibiotics afterwards.

Liposuction gone wrong


The complainant had visited the doctor's office on October 28 and November 2. On November 17, she went there again, this time to perform liposuction on her hips. She underwent the operation under local anesthesia between 2 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. She paid Rs 15,000 for this operation and had to go back to the doctor's office for the injections and the dressing.

liposuction before and after pictures


After the liposuction, the woman developed an infection in both legs. A dermatologist who then examined her noted the following: “On examination, I observed extensive multifactorial necrotizing cellulitis with hemorrhagic bullae, purulent and necroses with hyperesthesia, cardboard induration, extensive purplish escarotic plaques, from the subcutaneous and deep tissues to the facies”. The dermatologist prescribed him antibiotics and anti-inflammatories. A laboratory examination also revealed infected tissue. Her condition still not improving, the woman was admitted to the clinic on December 7, where the dermatologist in question and another surgeon operated on her to remove the infected tissue. December 14, she underwent another operation of this kind and had to have her bandages every day. From January 9 to 13, 1999, she underwent several more procedures to remove the pus that was accumulating with the infection. Until August 1999, she still had to go to the clinic several times a week for treatments. It was not until March 2000, after examining her, that the dermatologist concluded that the wounds had healed. The doctor had attributed this infection to the liposuction undergone by the complainant. that the dermatologist had concluded that the wounds had healed. The doctor had attributed this infection to the liposuction undergone by the complainant. that the dermatologist had concluded that the wounds had healed. The doctor had attributed this infection to the liposuction undergone by the complainant.

liposuction before and after pictures


In court, the dermatologist was asked if he could determine when the infection started when he examined the plaintiff on December 5, 1998. In fact, Dr. Pretidev Ramdawon relied on this point in his defense, arguing that the complainant did not show up for postoperative treatment after November 27, 1998, and that at the last examination performed that day, there was no evidence of infection. Dr Ramdawon had explained that he had asked the woman to follow a vegetarian diet and avoid public transport. An infection, he argued, can break out at any time and can cause damage in a day. Thus, the testimony of the dermatologist explaining when the infection could have developed was not convincing for the court. In chief, the plaintiff stated that she was told by the staff that post procedure care would last for a week, which post procedure care she barely attended. Yet, 10 days after the procedure, she noticed that foul smelling pus was coming out of the wounded part. She was the plaintiff stated that she was told by the defendant that after procedure care would last for 7 to 8 days, which post procedure care she duly attended. Yet, ten days after the procedure has done, she noticed that foul smelling whitish yellow pus was coming out of the wounds. She was the plaintiff stated that she was told by the defendant that post procedure care would last for 7 to 8 days, which post procedure care she duly attended. Yet, ten days after the procedure, she noticed that foul smelling pus was coming out of her wounds. She was feeling pain and could not sleep. Her sister who was there in the country for holidays then advised her to see different doctor viz. Dr. Balnath, a dermatologist,” the judge pointed out. In addition, during her interrogation in court, the complainant was repeatedly inconsistent in her answers, leaving doubts about her credibility, added the judge. 


 

Post a Comment

0 Comments
* Please Don't Spam Here. All the Comments are Reviewed by Admin.