In the TFR reported fold increase in the number of complaints of Russians on the doctors
Moscow. 1 Feb. INTERFAX.RU — investigators in the last year sent to the courts, almost three times more criminal cases about medical errors than they were five years ago. About this informed the official representative of the Investigative Committee (IC) Svetlana Petrenko.
“The number of appeals related to medical errors and inadequate health care-is growing from year to year. In 2012 the investigative authorities of SK of Russia has received 2100 of such citizens, and in 2017 this figure has increased almost three times — up to 6050”, — said Petrenko, “Interfax”.
According to her, on personal reception of the Chairman of the IC Alexander Bastrykin “every third case is linked to medical errors.”
In this case, said Petrenko, not all appeals of criminal cases and conducted the procedural audit.
So, for example, of the 2100 cases in 2012 brought 311 criminal cases, and the court sent 60 of them, and in 2017 from more than six thousand of complaints 1791 instituted a criminal case, of which the court directed the 175.The representative of the UK
The court in Moscow last week recognized the doctor-hematologist Elena Mishurina guilty of rendering services that do not meet the requirements of safety, entailed death of the patient in 2013, and sentenced her to two years of imprisonment in a General regime colony. This verdict caused a wide public resonance.
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On the eve of the Prosecutor of the southwest administrative district of Moscow has brought appeal representation on a sentence of Cheremushkinsky court of capital concerning Misurina, asking to cancel the court held the decision to return the criminal case to the Prosecutor, and Misurina to release from-under guards and to elect a measure not involving deprivation of liberty.
The verdict caused a wide public resonance, many members of the medical community expressed support for the convicted. Public organization “League of protection of doctors” posted on the website change.org a petition for reconsideration. The President of the Institute of emergency children’s surgery and traumatology Leonid Roshal has called a verdict against the doctor “outrage”.