The Nova Gorica District Court is the family of deceased Stevo Petrovic, who died of lung cancer after one of the patients turned to antibiotics at the Shempeter Hospital for a year, paid 50,000 euros in compensation.
The Nova Gorica District Court said an unreasonable professional mistake was made, Primorski journalists and TV Slovenia reported. The relatives of the deceased are from the General Hospital Dr. Frank Derancz in the Schmopter near Gorizia demanded good 354,000 euros from compensation and the court was assigned to 50,000. It follows from the verdict that Petrovic's treatment was negligent, unprofessional and contrary to the rules of the medical profession, and thus illegally, reports from Primorsky's website.
In the civil proceedings, the District Court Novogorica granted the basis of justice in its entirety and in the judgment, inter alia, stated that, on the basis of the proven procedure, the claims of the applicants for damages were awarded on a basis, but not entirely, in an amount.
Relatives: For us, this means moral satisfaction
"After five years of suffering, we received a verdict that makes it clear that the treatment of the deceased father at the Schmupter Hospital is contrary to the rules of the medical profession, superficial and negligent. This is primarily a moral satisfaction for us, otherwise we have already said that from the very beginning and successfully we have been proving it all the time. We have also repeatedly warned that it is unacceptable that a pulmonologist worked in the lungs department, and within a year of treatment none of the consultations that treated the deceased father "
The seaside news summarizes the statement of the daughter of the deceased Polona Petrovic.
Criminal proceedings are ongoing
Criminal proceedings against Petrovic's pulmonologist are ongoing in the Novo Brdo district court
who was accused of molesting a patient between June 2012 and May 2013 due to inflammatory lung disease and perceived cancer that was fatal at the end of 2013.
The doctor rejects the complaint. Birtic and the hospital claimed that the patient was in a disadvantageous set of unfortunate circumstances and facts and that he acted in accordance with the medical doctrine. So far, several witnesses were present, and at the end of October also spoke among other things
who prepared an expert opinion for the Schmupter Hospital and assessed that a medical error occurred in the treatment.
"An error may occur during treatment, which is by no means a criminal offense"
noted at the beginning of the explanation of her expert opinion. She expressed the belief that a systemic mistake occurred in Petrovic's treatment.