The order indicates that the doctors did not commit recklessness and that the young woman died of a complication not derived from the intervention, but fortuitous.
- The surgeon The intervention came out “perfect”
- The couple He says that Silvia is devoured inside and asks the Prosecutor for help
The judge investigating the death of Silvia Idalia, the young woman who died after undergoing a cosmetic operation in the Ceme clinic in Madridhas filed the case considering that the doctors did not commit imprudence and that the young woman died of a complication not derived from the intervention, but fortuitous
The order of the head of the Investigating Court number 46, dated this Monday and to which Efe has had access, decrees the provisional file of the case arguing that the conduct of the professionals investigated was “adjusted to the ‘lex artis'”, so that now It is possible to claim that could be made by civil or administrative means.
Against this decision of the examining magistrate it is possible to lodge an appeal both before the same court and before the Provincial Court.
The judge details that the necessary steps have been taken to clarify the facts under investigation: the death of Silvia Idalia Serrano on July 31, 2022, after remain hospitalized since May 6 for an infection that he contracted after undergoing cosmetic surgery on April 29 at the CEME clinic.
The woman from 34 years old, lives in Palma and moved to Madrid to undergo surgery. In the days following the surgery, she called and went in person to see the doctors who operated on her because I had discomfortuntil a week later he came with serious symptoms and the They referred to the La Paz hospital, where he was in an induced coma and where he died.
After his family’s complaint, the judge in charge of the case charged two doctors from Ceme and the clinic itself with a possible crime of injury due to negligence in this case. Later, he charged a third physician.
Now the judge provisionally archives the case to the failing to detect sufficient evidence of crimein an order in which he explains that the medical-forensic report carried out shows that Silvia Idalia died of a septic shock due “to a type I necrotizing fasciitis, characterized by the destruction of tissues mediated by multiple germs”, which can cause death “despite the correct treatment established”.
“Is a complication not derived from the interventionbut of a fortuitous condition after a surgery and that is considered the most serious due to its high mortality”, he adds.
And he stresses that the report concludes that “there was no defect in the surgical procedure or in the prescribed post-surgical treatment,” and that “both the surgical procedure and the medical conduct are considered appropriate to the “lex artis”.
The magistrate has also denied, in a ruling dated this Monday, the request of the lawyers of Silvia Idalia’s family to to join this process the complaints of another nineteen people allegedly affected by negligence in Ceme.
At the same time, another Madrid court has on the table the dstatement filed by the manager of the Ceme clinic, Rafael de Tenaagainst several alleged victims of malpractice whom he accuses of forming a group that has criticized the company in order to get money, legal sources have reported.