Latest Breaking News & Top Headlines

Horrible Moment Cosmetic Surgeons DANCE and Sing Dolly Parton While Pushing Tubes Into Patient

0

A shocking video shared on social media showed cosmetic surgeons dancing, singing and laughing as they pushed long metal cannulas in and out of an unconscious man during liposuction.

The video was played Monday during a Four Corners episode detailing some of the practices and procedures of high-profile cosmetic surgeon Dr. Daniel Lanzer were examined.

dr. Lanzer, a dermatologist who regularly appears on commercial TV to discuss cosmetic surgery, has built an audience of more than five million followers on TikTok and 300,000 on Instagram.

One of the most shocking scenes in the Four Corners investigation showed two surgeons pushing cannulas in and out of an unconscious male patient during a liposuction procedure, while dancing to Dolly Parton’s ‘Jolene’

An episode of Four Corners last night detailing some of the practices and procedures of noted cosmetic surgeon Dr.  Daniel Lanzer.  were investigated

An episode of Four Corners last night detailing some of the practices and procedures of noted cosmetic surgeon Dr. Daniel Lanzer. were investigated

One of the most shocking scenes in the Four Corners investigation with the Sydney Morning Herald and The Age showed two surgeons pushing cannulae in and out of an unconscious male patient during a liposuction procedure, while dancing to Dolly Parton’s “Jolene.”

Another attendant dances next to the operating table while the woman filming the scene laughs hysterically.

The producers asked Dr. Mark Ashton, clinical professor of surgery at the University of Melbourne and past president of the Australian Society of Plastic Surgeons, to comment on the video.

“These two — I’m not even going to call them surgeons — these two gentlemen don’t even see where the tip of the cannula goes,” he noted.

“It’s dangerous, disrespectful. It’s astonishing,

“If this wasn’t true, you’d think, okay, this can’t be Australia. If you didn’t show me these people, you’d be like, oh, this can’t happen in Australia and here it is, you show me.

“Where have we gone so wrong in Australia that these two individuals find this acceptable, think this is reasonable, think this is fair game.”

The program said that Dr. Lanzer had reprimanded the employees involved in the incident.

A video posted to social media showed Dr. Lanzer talking to the camera while moving a large cannula in and out of a patient.

A video posted to social media showed Dr. Lanzer talking to the camera while moving a large cannula in and out of a patient. “This is incredibly dangerous,” said plastic surgeon Dr. Mark Ashton after watching the video

Another video that Dr. Lanzer posted on social media shows him talking to the camera as he moves a large cannula in and out of a patient.

“In the four sentences I saw Dr. Lanzer talking to the camera, he had no idea where the tip of that cannula was,” Dr. Ashton said.

‘You have to visually see directly where the tip of the cannula is at all times. That’s operation 101 that you learn in the first week of training.

“This is incredibly dangerous.”

Two specialist plastic surgeons, Dr. Craig Rubinstein and Dr. Patrick Briggs, also weighed in on Dr. Lancer.

‘One of the risks of liposuction is penetration through the abdomen into other organs, such as the liver, kidney and even an aorta.

“It’s dangerous to use a cannula and not really look where the cannula is.”

Other former patients complained to the program about the lasting effects of the cosmetic work they had received at one of Dr. Lancer.

A nurse, Kathy Hubble, claimed she was diagnosed with a serious bacterial infection, cellulitis, after two procedures over two days at Dr. Lancer in Sydney.

Four Corners played audio messages from Dr. Lanzer pointed out to the staff that they should never admit a mistake in the face of a customer complaint.

“Never, never, never, never, never, never, never, never, never admit to a patient that something is wrong or wrong,” he said in the message.

“They will use it against you 100 times for the rest of your life.

“Never, never, never, ever allow anything.”

He also told staff not to send clients to a GP because it’s ‘the worst thing you can do… and it always causes problems’.

In an Instagram post yesterday, Dr.  Lanzer that he would be

In an Instagram post yesterday, Dr. Lanzer that he would be “forced to share the truth about every aspect of this attempt to defame me”

dr. Lanzer filmed a video response to the program’s claims in which he claimed to have “the highest standards of hygiene and safety.”

“I don’t think there is any surgeon in the world who can show a better track record of safety than I have for the past 30 years,” he said.

“In my 30-year career, I have never had a single statement or recommendation against me regarding my method of surgery or my patient care by any regulatory agency.”

In an Instagram post yesterday, Dr. Lanzer that he would be “forced to share the truth about every aspect of this attempt to discredit me.”

“It’s not going to be fun and it goes against the core of my body. I have no choice but to spread the truth. Be patient and you will see everything.’

He promised to post a video response to the program on Youtube within 24 hours.

DR. DANIEL LANZER’S RESPONSE TO SOME CLAIMS IN THE QUARTERS PROGRAM

On allegations of lack of hygiene and sterility in his practices:

‘We have the highest standards of hygiene and safety.

“And because of that, my infection rate over the past 30 years has been miniscule.

‘We are checked every year by a contagious’ [sic] control nurse and we have maintained that level of excellence since inception.

“I don’t think there is a surgeon in the world who can show a better track record of safety than I have for the past 30 years.

“In my 30-year career, I have never had a single statement or recommendation against me regarding my method of surgery or my patient care by any regulatory agency.”

In the case of Mrs Hubble:

“Unfortunately, complications happen and I’m sorry.

Most importantly, has the patient been warned and how has the doctor cared for the patient? I just went through the patient’s notes and I see that the patient was warned about infection eight times.

“So the patient knew it’s a risk, even if it’s one in a thousand, it’s so rare.

“I called this patient many times because I cared about her as a person. And I thought it was important that she got the best treatment.’

As to whether his liposuction procedures are dangerous:

“I’ve done literally thousands of cases in the past 30 years without a single serious complication.

‘In the book liposuction I wrote a chapter on how to prevent complications.

“I have spoken in America about my method of megaliposuction at both the American Academy of Dermatology and the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgeons.”

.

Leave A Reply

Your email address will not be published.