British surgeon Simon Bramhall had his professional registration canceled on Tuesday (11) for causing emotional damage to his patients. Bramhall admitted to using an argon beam tool to write his initials on patients’ livers while working at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham, England. The information is from the BBC.
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The case was discovered after a professional colleague saw the doctor’s initials, measuring 4 cm, on an organ of a transplant patient. In December 2017, Bramhall admitted two charges and was fined £10,000.
Bramhall had been temporarily suspended from his post in 2020, for at least five months, but the doctor has returned to acting. This week, however, the UK’s Medical Professionals Court Service (MPTS) said Bramhall’s actions “broke” trust between patient and doctor. So he had his registration cancelled.
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