- Report: #1011664
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Complaint Review: Mayo Clinic Rochester Minnesota - General Internal Medicine & Surgery
Mayo Clinic Rochester Minnesota - General Internal Medicine & Surgery200 First St SW Rochester, Minnesota United States of America
Mayo Clinic Rochester Minnesota - General Internal Medicine & Surgery John B. Bundrick MD - Medicine publishes about how to handle chronic abdominal wall pain without neurectomy but the Surgery Service is allowed to neurectomize patients with consent or discussion per Jill Smith in Legal & the State Rochester, Minnesota
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It's estimated that hundreds, to thousands, of neurectomies have been done, by the Surgical Services at the Mayo Clinics, since Dr. Bundrick has been at Mayo Clinic - all while he watched. They are all billed as 'neuroma' procedures - Dr. Sarr & his services just create neuromas - cut nerves that proliferate - with these procedures. No one publishes the real stats. Nothing about their cases differs from case #3 - except that these cases cannot be published.
Surgical Services at Mayo Clinic never check to see the follow-up: the neuromas & the common mass closure ruptures. You can't sew 3 layers of the abdominal wall together and have a functional result - the layers will try to separate as they contract in different directions - which even an Art Student knows. Check the knowledge of the art students at Cleveland Institute of Art, which is > the anatomic knowledge of the surgical residents & attendings at Mayo Clinic Rochester, Arizona or Jacksonville. Dr. Warner Andrew Oldenburg in Jacksonville defends these procedures - anything to go along with the boys without a brain, a thought, or common sense - it's about the money like his marriage - payroll. He's getting paid to cover it up in Jacksonville - with just how many abdominal nerves has he taken out in his surgical career being the next question? Mayo Clinic is a neurectomy machine.
Jill Smith allows this, decrees this from the Legal Department, and refuses to allow the undoing of these procedures. She hangs up on patients when they call, whitewashes the files on these patients (the 'case is over,' and the case hasn't begun) for the Administration, and is the main reason that this cruel unnecessary procedure has been continued since the 1990s. Jill Smith is a monster, in that she has no idea what these neurectomy procedures entail - the mutilation, the ruptures of the common mass closures, the chronic pain, the deformities - and the humiliation of having the most stupid intern & student come in the room and fake this with 'extra' exams-under-anesthesia for the women patients - breast, vaginal.
The surgical under-anesthesia gropings - done by the intern who can't cut, or wield/use a scalpel better than even a US trained Surgical Technologist (who can at least hold one & change the blade), and the student who can't close but is black - and he never had to do Surgical Technology training to know how to load suture onto a hemostat - and he didn't get this skill from his 'roots.' Surgical skills are learned, and you have to put yourself out there & practice with a few hemostats & suture packs - but the blacks think that they just need the opportunity to make a mess, to lip-synch in the OR.
The Legal Department is into the mutilations in this situation - a horribly callous, stupid, cruel woman attorney - Jill Smith. So until John Bundrick solves the Jill Smith problem - patients are advised that Kaiser Permanente handles this problem of chronic abdominal wall pain with 2% lidocaine injections, has a longstanding billing code from the 1970s for this problem, and that Kaiser - not John Bundrick - has put the best literature out there on this problem. Go to KAISER.
Patients wrongly neurectomized at Mayo Clinic since the late 1990s have been requesting 'undoing' of the Sarr common mass closure deformities - something that Kaiser can't do as they have never seen this nonsense. The Mayo Clinic doesn't use scopes, they allow the worst students, interns, and attendings to butcher abdominal walls by cutting all 3 fascias and sewing them all together after removing the 'normal' nerve (and they try to say on the operative report that there is some 'foreign material' that never shows on the pathology reports). Dr. Sarr's glasses need cleaning, and his 3-month interns need glasses & refractions before they cut anything. God knows from where the Mayo Clinic gets there foreign interns & these stupider-than-stupid residents that can wear a suit - their egomaniac group of interns & residents who will cut anything without a clear thought or reason. A daVinci can be programmed to do that - and the machine doesn't need a $500 suit.
Jill Smith needs to stop her neurectomy defending, and to allow that all patients that did not consent to these procedures have them undone at Mayo Clinic expense as soon as possible in 2013 - and Dr. Oldenburg needs to understand that money is not the be-all and end-all and that Mayo Clinic is very stupid about very many all-to-common surgical & medical issues & problems. Being a talking-head for Mayo Clinic does not make one a good person, or a good surgeon - it makes you a fool that doesn't read the literature.
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