Patient's bowel injured in op carried out by trainee
Daily Record|January 21, 2022
A WOMAN whose bowel was damaged during surgery was operated on by a trainee too junior to handle the op, a watchdog has found.
ELLIE FORBES

The woman, in her 40s, had a hysterectomy at the Royal Alexandra Hospital in Paisley on January 14, 2020, to treat heavy periods.

It was deemed riskier than usual because she'd had four caesarean sections.

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