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Members of the medical staff of the General Hospital of Nicosia leave the report of the death investigation for the loss of a 41-year-old mother of a child clearly exposed.

This is a woman from Pyla who, while being treated for cervical cancer, lost her life due to sepsis. As it is clearly understood from the testimonies given in the legalized process of the death investigation, the cause that led to the death of the unfortunate Christina Michael from Pyla on 03/05/2019, had nothing to do with the cancer disease from which was affected, but in the way the hydronephrosis problem was treated.

The conclusion of the conclusion of the death investigator, Judge Andreas Anagnostou, reflects the opinions of doctors who testified under oath: “Bearing in mind all the evidence presented to me, which I note that I do not evaluate, I conclude that there are The actions, acts, or omissions of third parties may have contributed to Thanousa's death. “

It is now up to the Legal Service of the Republic to decide whether criminal proceedings will be instituted. The report in question, issued on 28 February, has already been forwarded to the Attorney General, George Savvidis, who also has the power to take the case – or not – to court (see Law on Death Investigators – CHAPTER 153)./p>

«Παρουσιαζε κατακλισεις…»

However, the testimony of experts sworn in, in the context of the death investigation, raises concerns about the way in which 41-year-old Christina was treated. In February 2019, he was admitted to the ward of the Oncology Center of Bank of Cyprus, after being diagnosed with locally advanced cervical cancer. According to the testimony of the private medical examiner Panikos Stavrianos who gave an opinion on behalf of the family, despite the fact that “after a CT scan, dated 29/04/2019, signs of obstruction of the left nephrostomy were found, and despite the fact that to recommend further clinical evaluation and treatment of the patient with her transfer to the ICU of the General Hospital of Nicosia, this did not happen “. Dr. Stavrianos also pointed out that “the deceased was transported to the Nicosia General Hospital for correction of nephrostomies and returned the same day to the Oncology Center, where she remained until her death.” Regarding the causes of her death, she stated, among other things, that “before the placement of the nephrostomies, the deceased did not show intra-abdominal infection and the presence of pus, something that happened later, when and if the nephrostomies were placed. However, this infection was not diagnosed in time, nor was it treated radically and effectively since, although it was transferred on 29/04/2019 to the General Hospital of Nicosia for assessment, evaluation and treatment of intra-abdominal infection, as well as for obstruction of the left nephrostomy with suggestion for admission to ICU of the General Hospital of Nicosia, this did not happen and the deceased was referred back to the Oncology Center the same day, where she remained until her death… “.

Dr. Stavrianou's position that necropsy showed bedsores (s.s. cell necrosis) which indicates poor care and is an indication of bad practice on the part of medical and nursing staff “.

Dr. Panagiotis Papadopoulos, who has been an oncologist for 25 years and has been working at the Oncology Center since 2002, during his re-examination, “agreed that the infection suffered by the deceased was caused by the placement of nephrostomies during the operations performed for this purpose in Nicosia Hospital and it was they (and not the cancer) who led to infection and, later, sepsis, as a result of which he died “.

Eleni Antoniou, who on 06/05/2019 had performed the autopsy on the body of the deceased on behalf of the Forensic Medicine Service of the Republic, clarified that even if the cervical cancer was at an advanced stage, nevertheless the cause of death was sepsis, citing of histological examination. He also explained that cervical cancer, in its early stages, is successfully treated by 99%, noting, of course, that the percentage decreases when the disease is at an advanced stage.

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The district judge, Andreas Anagnostou, with clear reports clarifies what is valid in Cyprus with the death interrogations, emphasizing among other things that “{…} in contrast to what is happening in England, in Cyprus the death investigator has no power to bring charges against any person if a criminal offense arises {…} ». The oxymoron that emerges from his reports is that the law governing the death investigation has been inherited from England, which has modernized it… The statements made in October 2019 on Alpha TV by the lawyer Christoforos Christofi are also indicative. commenting on the loss of 4-year-old Sara Menoikou Drousiotis. After first saying that we had bequeathed the relevant law from the British, he spoke about gaps in it, while he mentioned, among other things, that the death investigator is defined as “a district judge, who according to the current data, may not have the necessary technical knowledge” .

It should be noted that the family in the case of Christina Michael was represented by lawyer Sergios Sotiriou.

Source: politis.com.cy

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