Complaint Review: Mayo Clinic General Surgery
Mayo Clinic General Surgery John Bundrick MD allow unindicated unconsented for neurectomies because they can't diagnose abdominal nerve entrapments - after surgery or sports overuse - and then there isn't one surgeon who can repair the muscles c Rochester, Minnesota
*Consumer Comment: jeansky who are you talking about???
*Consumer Comment: comment
And Dr. Bundrick - who advertises the treatment for this as 2% lidocaine injection - has to bear some responsibility for the Surgical mismanagement of abdominal cutaneous nerve inflammations at Mayo Clinic. John Bundrick MD is educating the world, but not his colleagues.
The Mayo Clinic advertises itself through The Mayo Clinic Proceedings. How the cases are evaluated -and cared for in that publication - are what the public, and physicians referring themselves or patients to Mayo Clinic, expect to be done. But that's not what any women patient gets - she get butchered for practice - even when she says 'No' for an hour. Dr. Sarr just puts her out to rip her apart - or maybe Warner Andrew Oldenburg put him up to it - getting back. That's how Mayo Clinic does it.
The Mayo Clinic needs to do the care that is in The Mayo Clinic Proceedings. When they goof, they need to repair the patient, and the damage, without trying to destroy the patient further.
Cases that Dr. Sarr butchered - that no one but Dr. Sarr collected any money on because they were horrified - have to be repaired by some surgeon/plastic surgeon at Mayo Clinic - Mayo has to take responsibility for its mayhem & mistakes. Mayo Clinic doesn't have ONE surgeon who can repair Dr. Sarr? The Mayo Clinic needs to stop cases without consent - have an OR checklist - and repair damages of unconsented for procedures. If Mayo Clinic can't undo unconsented for procedures, they should not be doing them.
If a patient says that if you find something in the muscles, I want you to close and do the workup, before cutting further - the Mayo Clinic has to stop. You don't cut into swellings that are not studied, or worked up. If the workup is done, and the patient consents - then you cut. If there is no consent on the chart, you do not proceed. But if the patient says 'No,' and is a woman, you don't drug her and cut her up without consent. The Anesthesia Service has problems with this - they don't do the consults. Mayo Clinic needs to stop this, and learn to repair unconsented for procedures. This is beneath Mayo Clinic.
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