A Russian Woman Suffered An Agonising Death After Being Embalmed Alive

Howard TerryApr 11, 2018

"No doctor came to see her although she was coming round from anaesthetic".

A woman has suffered an agonising death after being embalmed alive in a Russian hospital.

"A medical mistake took place". She was transferred to another hospital before the moment she died.

Fedyaeva was getting a routine surgery at a hospital in Ulyanovsk last month when doctors placed her on a formalin drip - which can also be used as a disinfectant, the paper reported.

Formalin is a toxic, colourless solution that is derived by dissolving formaldehyde gas in water.

Her mother-in-law, Valentina Fedyaeva, told RT that Fedyaeva whispered to her mother following the procedure.

Her heart stopped beating several times even after she was put on life support.

"Now I understand that formalin was simply eroding her body from inside". The mistake happened when she was recovering from surgery to remove an ovarian cyst.

Click or tap here to read the full RT report.

Russia's Federal Medical-Biological Agency confirmed that Ms Fedyaeva was transported in critical condition from the hospital in Ulyanovsk to the A.I. Burnazyan Federal Medical and Biophysical Centre in Moscow, where doctors and nurses tried to save her, according to RT. Next, she was moved again to a federal medical center in Moscow, the A.I. Burnazyan Federal Medical and Biophysical Center of Russian Federation for what her doctors believed would be a more effective course of treatment. In the end, however, Fedyaeva's organs started to shut down and she died Thursday.

Mr Rashid Abdullov, Minister of Health, Family and Social Well-being for the Ulyanovsk region, called the death "a bad tragedy". "The employees who committed this mistake have been dismissed", Morozov said.

Abdullov added that doctors in the region should exercise more caution to avoid situations like this from occurring again.

"They needed to take some urgent measures, but they did nothing", she said. According to an article on News.com.au on Sunday, Ekaterina was buried on Saturday, April 7, and now an unidentified hospital in Ulyanovsk, Russia, is being criminally investigated for the "medical blunder". No global registry exists to track a frequent cause of illness (and possibly death) caused by surgeries - surgical site infections - but health authorities estimate that each year, millions of patients around the world acquire infections during surgery.

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