Hair transplant gone fatal: Chennai medical student dies after botched hair transplant surgery


Chennai As per a report in The Times of India, the matter became visible after a fortnight when his batchmates documented an objection with the State Directorate of Medical Education.


Prior, no posthumous was directed as Santosh's family had purportedly not stopped any objection after his demise. Specialists, in any case, associated that the conceivable cause with death might be complexities emerging of an unmanaged sensitivity to anesthesia.


The Follicular Unit Extraction surgery was led by Dr Hariprasad kasturi, an anesthetist, and Dr A Vineeth Suryakumar, a MBBS who moved on from a school in China.


Tamil Nadu Medical Council, on the bearings of the wellbeing division, has issued notification to two specialists required in the surgery asking for a clarification for what good reason they directed the hair transplant surgery without having the fundamental capability. The directorate of restorative administrations (DMS) has fixed the salon.


"We have issued notification to them. We have asked Dr Hariprasad for what valid reason he didn't stay in the salon till the methodology was finished. We have asked Dr Vineeth how he performed the surgery without being qualified. Hair transplant is a surgery and Vineeth is not a specialist," Tamil Nadu Medical Council president Dr K Senthil told The Times of India.


The hair transplant surgery includes evacuation of minor attachments of skin from the back or sides of the scalp, each containing a couple of hairs, under nearby anesthesia.


The methodology was led at the Advanced Robotic Hair Transplant Center in the Nungambakkam region of Chennai on May 17. The salon has a permit just for hair styling and haircutting


As indicated by therapeutic methods, a sedative ought to be available all through the surgery, yet Dr Hariprasad left early.