Pre hearing information
The tribunal will reconvene to determine if Dr Nassiri is impaired by reason of his misconduct.
Dr Nassiri admitted and the tribunal found proved that between January 2017 and September 2018 Dr Nassiri failed to use appropriate sedation methods and record his actions when performing liposuction on several patients at the Bearwood Clinic. He also failed to share details of these procedures with each patients’ GP.
The tribunal also found proved that on 20 August 2018 whilst working at George Elliot Hospital Dr Nassiri did not insert, or arrange for insertion, of a urinary catheter, nor confirm that blood culture tests had been taken or arrange for them to be taken for a patient in his care.
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