A woman filed a lawsuit against Emory University Hospital of Atlanta in the United States, claiming that the doctors left a camera in her body during an organ transplant.
According to the trial, Lacrystal Lockett of Stone Mountain entered surgery on December 17, 2014 for a renal and pancreatic transplant.
The procedure was carried out by Dr. Paul Lu Tso, assisted by physicians Ronald Parsons, and Denise J. Lo, using a medical camera, told the trial.
“The camera was left inside Mrs. Lockett”
“Unbeknownst to Ms. Lockett at the time,” her lawyers say, “this medical device was left inside Ms. Lockett even after she was released from the Emory University Hospital on December 26, 2014 . “
The device lost was not revealed in his torso until the following June, during an examination in the hospital. She had to undergo another operation to remove it.
“As a result of the negligence of the accused, Complainant Lacatherstal Lockett suffered undue hardship as a result of additional surgical procedures and suffered medical expenses as well as severe pain and suffering, future suffering, and lost wages” , According to what has been rendered to justice.
Mrs. Lockett asks a jury to determine how much it should be compensated.