Publicado: Mier, Abril 11, 2018
Global | Por Milagro Delgado

Russian woman dies after accidentally being embalmed alive by doctors

Russian woman dies after accidentally being embalmed alive by doctors

The 28-year-old died in intensive care after being moved to a Moscow hospital. Her husband, Igor, and her mother, Galina Baryshnikova, were with her when she came out from surgery.

Ms Fedyaeva was undergoing an operation in Ulyanovsk to remove a cyst from her ovary when the solution was injected into her abdomen.

It all happened at a hospital in Ulyanovsk last month. Formalin contains formaldehyde, a substance used to preserve dead bodies. It is used as a disinfectant, and it kills all microorganisms.

It can also cause convulsions, stomach pain, diarrhea, vomiting, vertigo and a host of other side effects.

Serious inhalation or ingestion can cause severe pain with inflammation, ulceration and necrosis of the mucous membranes, which line nearly every internal organ, according to BIMC Hospital in Bali, Indonesia.

Sadly the young woman suffered agonising pain and seizures for two days before slipping into a coma. They then administered 52 drugs to Ekaterina in an attempt to save her life but to no avail. Ekaterina physical condition continued to deteriorate.

Galina also said she begged doctors to assist her helpless daughter, but they refused to help her. She said the doctors already knew they gave her the wrong drip and that they had to act immediately to save her.

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Galina went in search of doctors and found them in a huddle 'discussing how to tell them that a bad mistake had been made'.

According to her mum Ekaterina lived for 14 hours with the formalin in her blood but medics offered her no help.

Ekaterina Fedyaeva, 28, underwent surgery last month at a hospital in Ulyanovsk, a city in western Russian Federation about 430 miles east of Moscow, to have ovarian cysts removed, according to state-owned television station RT.

"But this is pure murder", Galina said.

Her mother-in-law Valentina Fedyaeva told RT that after the surgery, Ms Fedyaeva told her mother, "Mum, I'm dying", but her mother thought she was just complaining.

During a planned laparoscopic surgery, medical staff at the Central Clinical Medical and Sanitary Unit in Ulyanovsk introduced formalin by mistake to a woman's abdominal cavity.

"This is pure murder", Baryshnikova told United Kingdom media. According to an article on News.com.au on Sunday, Ekaterina was buried on Saturday, April 7, and now an unidentified hospital in Ulyanovsk, Russia, is being criminally investigated for the "medical blunder".

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