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Why Can't He Eat or Drink After Midnight? - March 2016 - Subscribe to Outpatient Surgery Magazine

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A surgical assistant who claims she's the victim of sexual harassment by a surgeon and CRNA caught one of her tor- menters fondling himself in the OR on a cell phone video that was recently made public. osmag.net/rcCFD3 An angry mother is suing the pediatrician that mixed up her newborn son with another infant and performed an unnecessary frenulectomy on him. osmag.net/a8gGVX A California hospital was fined $86,000 after leaving a blue surgical towel inside a patient. Community Medical Regional Center in Fresno discovered the towel during a second surgery, 3 months after a patient had his bladder and prostate removed. osmag.net/W9ghPJ A Kentucky orthopedic surgeon, furious at hospital administrators, was arrested after threatening to get an assault rifle in the middle of surgery and use it to settle their differences. osmag.net/b4tFCC A surgical technician is claiming in a lawsuit that a surgeon repeatedly bullied him because of the color of his skin, while hospital officials looked the other way. osmag.net/DWAdk4 After seeing her nude before-and-after surgery pictures on a local television report, a Utah woman is suing her plastic surgeon, claiming he handed over the pics without her consent. osmag.net/oNEVm6 A cataract surgeon may be on the hook for more than $50,000 following a botched surgery that allegedly left a patient with permanent injuries. osmag.net/CbZZw5 Nearly 300 colonoscopy patients might have been exposed to HIV, hepatitis B and hepatitis C after a Massachusetts hospital failed to adequately disinfect colonoscopes for almost a year. osmag.net/A5jRKu A Nevada obstetrician is call- ing his former hospital "evil" in a lawsuit filed after the hospital revoked his privileges for alleged bad behavior. osmag.net/J7PuYu Hospital officials paid cyber-attackers $17,000 in Bitcoin to release their electronic health records and e-mail accounts after the hackers held the systems hostage for more than a week. osmag.net/QFHw2k Top 10 viewed features on outpatientsurgery.net IN CASE YOU MISSED IT … Sign up for our e-mail alerts and manage your subscription preferences at outpatientsurgery.net/news/in-case-you-missed-it.php. You'll be first to know when we post breaking news, weekly updates, reader polls, discussion boards and other online exclusives.

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