5 Burst results for "Paolo Macarena"
"paolo macarena" Discussed on TuneInPOC
"Details. Hannah Warren died on July 6th, 2013. She was a month shy of her third birthday. I started crying. I had become so attached to this little girl and to her family, and I, for them, for her parents, and everything they had been through every time I sat with those parents and they talked about what they've been through with this little girl and all the hope they had placed in this man who was supposed to be the miracle Doctor Who was supposed to be their only hope to be Hannah's only hope who was supposed to save the day and now it had all gone terribly wrong. Paolo told her he didn't know what happened, but now Hannah was an angel on his shoulder, guiding him to be better next time. She had not died in vain. Her surgery had advanced the field of regenerative medicine and her passing would only make Paulo more determined. She has dramatically changed. The way of thinking, if before I was aggressive, now even more. Because these patients deserve it. Thousands of miles away in Stockholm Sweden in an office of the Carolina institute for doctors would have a very different kind of conversation about doctor Paolo macarena and what his patients deserved. At one point, he says, I wonder if this guy's got ethical approval to do these surgeries. His colleagues looked at each other in disbelief. Of course he does. Come on, nobody would do that. Of course, nobody would do that. Except nobody really knew the truth about doctor Paolo Mack yarini. Coming up on this season of doctor death, miracle man. The ice was wide open and she was waving her arms. So scared that she was going to die. He's there. Not even fucking Russia. You asshole. You fucking lying, motherfucking ass. Yes, I have to choose between the pala macaroni and his plastic trachea and the bullet in the back of the head. I take the bullet any day of the week. Whoever said love is blind wasn't kidding. If you want to help us spread the word, please give us a 5 star rating and a review on Apple podcasts and be sure to tell two friends. If you liked the show, make sure to follow doctor death season three miracle man on Apple podcasts, Amazon music or wherever you're listing right now. In the episode notes, you'll find some links and offers from our sponsors. Please support them. Another way you can support the show is by filling out a small survey at dot com slash survey. From wonder, this is episode one of 6 of doctor death season three. Miracle man. I'm your host, Laura Beale. Producer is nica Singh, who also reported this story. Fact checking by Jacqueline colletti. Production assistance from Fiona pasta. Managing producer is lata pandia. Music supervisor is Scott Velazquez. Sound design by salt. Our executive producers are George lavender, Marshall Louis and Jen Sargent for wondery..
"paolo macarena" Discussed on TuneInPOC
"Go to hell. You know, that type of person. Attitude had been a bit of a concern for grandmother in his first morning meeting. He said to me the first day at work, don't say anything during the morning meetings. So I told him just to be very quiet on the morning meetings in order to survive because as soon as you open your mouth, you will get attacked. To grinnell, it seemed part of the culture, tearing people down in order to build them up. Maybe some people thought that's how you got better results, but he thought it made people reluctant to speak up. Even though Paolo maggiore had a position at Carolyn's, he was rarely there, but in July of 2012 he had a new patient to see her name was yasim satire. Tree Wilson, very good-looking young girl with a sort of smile on the face, long hair, normal weight, and she was really looking forward to meet Paolo in order to get cured. Yes, and was a young Turkish woman in her early 20s. It was a tragic case. Gremo would later hear that she'd gone in for an operation to correct hand sweating. A procedure that Sweden no longer allowed. The surgery was totally botched. During that operation, they got damaged and injury on the trachea. The position of this India was at a very difficult spot. It was very close to the division into the main bronchi. Turkish doctors had tried to repair it in two follow-up procedures, but her condition hadn't improved. So instead she has problems with the mucus secretions, she was coughing at some extent, but I mean, she stayed at home if we lived at home, she was planning to become a teacher. Doctor had apparently told her father, there are no treatment options left in turkey, but he knew of a world famous specialist who might have a solution. He said, Paolo macarena is so famous in trachea problems. He can take a trachea from a dead person, put it in a live person, and he fixes it. That's all you have to know. So he was so happy that she was referred to Paolo she had so much hope into this operation. When grandmas are on his morning round, she had just arrived from turkey the night before. She was there with her father, and while she wasn't grandma's patient, he stopped to say hello. Paolo said he needed to see firsthand the damage that had been done to her trachea from her past operations. So he decided he would do an exploratory thoracotomy, basically opening the chest between her ribs. So this was very strange actually to do a sort of a second opinion. It's very extremely unusual that you need to open up the patient. And have a look directly on the injury because there's always a risk because the track guys very fragile in that area. So actually, there was no reason basically for doing this open surgery at all. There were images which were pretty good. I mean, he could have performed even new images karolinska doing three D.C. discounts and so forth in order to visualize this defect even better. No one else could do it so why should he be able to do it? It was quite strange. Grinnell had his own surgery that day, so it was only later that he learned the procedure had gone catastrophically wrong. Paolo during the surgery got too close to the injury of the trachea and when he was doing some traction in order to visualize this injury, the world tracked your sort of burst so that became a massive air breakage and it was very hard to get any air at all into the patient's lungs so he was almost sort of suffocating. And there was another problem once Paolo opened her up, her right lung started bleeding uncontrollably. Things got worse from there. Blood began pooling in her lung. She was basically drowning. And the panic, it was panicking in the operating room. So in order to get control of the ventilation, Paolo directly stapled out the whole right lung of the patient. And put in a tube into the left main bronchus in order to ventilate her. So that's why he removed the right line. And she was put on ECMO support. This poor lady. ECMO or ECMO is a machine that basically draws the blood out of the body, oxygenates it, and then pushes it back in. Yes and was now stuck in critical condition under heavy sedation and on the ECMO machine. Doctor magrini wanted to fix her fast, so he argued that the way to do that was to implant one of his new biosynthetic tracheas. And two weeks later, on August 7th, 2012, yes, became the 5th patient to receive Paulo's biosynthetic trachea. The operation went quite good, surgery wise, and she was winning the off the ECMO system at the time of surgery. But then, yes chem's health took a turn. Grino and kobach were working in the ICU the evening after her surgery..
"paolo macarena" Discussed on TuneInPOC
"Hey beneath, just read this really interesting article over the weekend about a fascinating new field of medicine. Let me know what you think. It was late summer 2012. Benita was 14 years into her dream job, working as a producer for NBC at Rockefeller center. She clicked the link. It was sort of this unbelievable incredible sci-fi Frankenstein kind of thing. They were talking about the possibility of creating new organs in the lab. As she sipped her cappuccino, she read on. The article was about an incredible new development in medical science, and it focused on a particular Italian surgeon. Doctor Paulo macarena, who was this Italian surgeon and scientist who was sort of at the forefront of this field. His nickname was the super surgeon, doctor maki arini seemed close to doing something that no one had ever done before. Build entirely new body parts in the lab and then successfully transplant them into people. This was this guy that wanted to change the future of medicine, wanted to help mankind was willing to do whatever it took to get there, which meant leapfrogging over some of the boundaries of people saying, no, we need more time. We need to wait. He seemed to have this a little bit of a rebellious sort of thing about him. And he sounded passionate about his work. This probably will help us to manufacture traders or his said before, just going to the supermarket and then buying some organs. This same concept can be applied to lungs. Bonita pulled up article after article, in just a few short years, doctor Maggie had made incredible progress. He had started out by taking tracheas from dead bodies, stripping them of their cells, and then bathing them in the recipient's own stem cells before implanting them. And it had worked. Just a few weeks after her pioneering operation and Claudia Castillo is able to breathe normally once more. But he'd gone further doing something that was so incredible, it took Bonita's breath away. From his institute in Sweden he and his fellow surgeons had carried out the first transplant of a bio artificial trachea. It was like something out of science fiction. Any replacement body part that you need could just be made in a lab, which would be incredible, right? If that could actually happen, it would save so many lives. Benita's job was to find incredible true stories for dateline. And now, one was forming in her mind. Here was something that could change the future of medicine. Doctor macchiarini had performed 5 surgeries, transplanting plastic tracheas in patients. Bonita wanted to be there for the next miracle to film it, so she typed out an email to a colleague, telling her to find out about his next operation. And hit send. A few days later, she heard back the doctor macarena was open to having beneath a document his upcoming procedure. Macarena was 54 years old, had been born in Switzerland, trained in Italy. He'd worked all over the world, France, Spain, the United States, before landing a position at the famous karolinska institute in Sweden, home to the committee that selects Nobel Prizes in physiology or medicine. For his next surgery, doctor macchiarini would be operating on a little girl named Hannah, who would be the youngest person in the world to ever receive one of his artificial tracheas. The way he described this little girl was a heart wrenching that she had been in the hospital since a day she was born. Hannah Warren had been born in Seoul, her dad was Canadian and her mom was Korean. At birth, doctors found her windpipe had never fully formed. Benite had thought about her own daughter, she couldn't imagine what that must have been like for the parents. Bonita reached out to Hannah's dad, Daryl. She wanted to center her documentary around their daughter's journey. They were told, there's nothing we can do for your daughter. It's hopeless, and they actually consider just kind of giving up on her, and they talked very openly and frankly about it, which I thought was really brave. But they hadn't given up on her. Instead, they had a breathing tube inserted through her esophagus where food normally goes into her lungs. It meant she'd have to get all her food through a feeding tube into her stomach and should need constant medical supervision, so she could never leave the hospital, and doctors told Hannah's parents that no child with her condition had lived past the age of 6, and they talked about so many terrifying scares at the beginning when they would get a call from the hospital that the two had fallen out and Hannah had almost died. And then it was Daryl her dad who actually went on the Internet and this is how many people found doctor macarena searched on the Internet and up pops doctor Paolo macarena, and he contacted him. Her disease her condition is so rare as well. But she needs one thing. She needed to trick you. And that's possible. Now, so if she can get her trachea, then she'll be fine. She'll be healthy. Now, doctor magherini was scheduled to give Hannah a new trachea. He was going to fly in and perform the surgery at children's hospital of Illinois in Peoria. It would be the first surgery of its kind in the United States. Bonita wanted to set up the production schedule, but was waiting for a firm date for Hannah's operation..
"paolo macarena" Discussed on Dr. Death: Miracle Man
"Well wrong. They were like to pose to you. That we implanted by mississippi. And i'm quite unhappy about these because either we know exactly what's going on because otherwise i mean Seven people in my lab. We have twenty four hours a day for the last three weeks doing via competivity. And then this shit now so. I think that we need to redo everything again and we lost two weeks by doing this. At first busa couldn't understand what palo was getting at but after putting together the puzzle from interviews and reports. He finally understood what paolo was saying on that. One sided conversation on that hot mic in barcelona. What's was extraordinary. Is that follow actually admitted to that. His method didn't work didn't function that that it wasn't fully developed in the that he knew about it and on the starting was that he admitted this in roughly eight hundred or may twenty twelve which means that he had already inserted the trachea in a couple of patients. won the. Us patient was dead partly because with faulty trachea and he had a patient is sweden. That was suffering merely badly. They replayed the clip over and over. It was chilling because suddenly fowler was confirming my worst fears. Basically and we really want the sequence lots of times and we would re one did a lot of times. Following the whole production period was so important. Not to misunderstand what was going on with the sequence. He it was. He was actually admitting to knowledge that he was he was in cold. Blood inserting something. That wasn't working in humans for busa. This was a turning point. Certainly changed my perspective. My initial perspective. When i met paolo was that he might be genius for what i knew. He might be a benevolent inventor. Who sexually trying to help mankind and possibly was helping mankind and then slowly. I had to reassess this initial assessment bit by bit and this particular sequence was a major step in in the total reassessment of our mckay to didn't share this hot mike moment with anyone yet. The documentary wasn't done then. In august of two thousand fifteen while busa was almost a year into working on the project. Karolinska announced that its external investigation into the doctor was finished. They were finally ready to announce their decision on what paolo had done wrong. Dr death is sponsored by monday. Dot com for most managers team unity. No matter where they work is key and helping. Everyone see the bigger picture and contribute to a common goal. Monday dot com work. Os helps your team collaborate and stay connected while building custom workflows in a centralized workspace. You can gain insights into your team's workflow. At a glance who's managing. What your team's progress deadlines and even who's got too much on their plate. 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Why were you not a lot of them. Because they didn't want to have any objections at that meeting the bosses had decided that only press would be allowed to attend so they were kept away. Four key officials led by the vice chancellor in a gray pinstripe. Suit walked into a lecture hall to deliver the findings. The institute had hired an outside investigator to conduct the review. Who had come to some devastating coach. Loosens clearly saying that there had been forgery. Going on patience had been dying in In a way that should be investigated that that could have been caused by this inventions etc. i did have a wall. The fact the evidence but it was very clear that something had gone really really wrong and it was clear that the fact that started to coming in and out in the open i mean even the currency institute's own investigation had a show this between the institute's findings and what is own research had turned up. Busa assumed that some declaration of guilt was coming. I thought that the vice chancellor and the director of the university was without would give a press conference where they would say that yes. It's very sad there have been mistakes. Done patients have been suffering. But instead the opposite came through the hospital and the institute Totally exonerated powder. Mccranie said that the the possibly had been a little bit negative jumped at some minor thing was some sentences that might have been framed slightly differently or in in his medical research but the nothing series have been dawn core. Basho couldn't believe it incredibly angry and frustrated and upset and completely disillusioned on on there being any sort of justice whatsoever and also complete disillusioned with this institution. The institute declared that they would stick by paulos research and would continue working with him. Busa realized that now. His documentary might be the only thing left. That would hold paolo macarena accountable on this obsta game. Basically i mean at that point. I was committed to revealing what had actually happened in previous taught that if by really what had happened i would have powder mckinney up against me now. I had the whole swedish medical establishment against me and us as well. when palo was cleared by karolinska. He was staying at a hotel in central stockholm. Busa went to see him into belong. Walk through this beautiful beautiful chris..
The Investigation Into Dr. Paolo Macchiarini
"Paolo shared his ultimate vision using stem cells to regrow or repair. The body's organs. This incredible idea that i hadn't thought previously if you could actually make that become true would be fantastic innovation in the past busa had met his share of medical luminaries through other projects oliver sacks robert gallo who co discovered hiv. Carlton gadget sick. Who'd help discover mad cow disease. What paolo macarena was doing was if it was true. Just as incredible as those discoveries i wanted to go. Bt bring this story and see who was in the wrong what actually happened was powder genius. Or was he possibly soon. After busa went to get the other side of the story he reached out to each of the doctors who had made the allegations against paolo. That i didn't want to talk to me. A very fearful and Suspicious and afraid. Eventually one of them agreed to meet with them on a cold day. In february busa walked up to the door of an apartment building in central stockholm. Dr matias chorba show buzzed him. In and he rode the elevator up to his apartment in rang the bell true to form the six foot. One american was wearing a black sabbath shirt. He invited busa into the apartment and proceeded to tell him everything had learned. He had a really hard time believing what i was saying. Car basha was making some pretty alarming. Comparisons and i started telling him stories about joseph angola. Now sweats and medical experiments or what was going on at caroline scott. I felt that maybe they were paranoid that they were afraid of things. The magnified things that perhaps exists. I thought that they would claims where a bit outlandish and we talked for like two hours. And then my wife came home and she's a blonde swedish woman presses. Well and looks like a normal person and he asked her. If what i was saying was of all this actually true and she said yes. Yes this is is absolutely true. This is absolutely what's going on. And he said after meeting her that he it was. I found that he actually started leaving me. Just like benita. Alexander in new york boost the link fest resolved to get to the bottom of the paulo macura. Any mystery