Suspended after putting patient at risk

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A GP has been suspended after improper administration of morphine, Valium and lidocaine during a cosmetic procedure, which landed his patient in the emergency ward A general practitioner has been found guilty of professional misconduct for what the NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal characterised as “inadequate care” and “incompetence” in performing laser lipolysis cosmetic procedures.

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