Criminal case initiated against doctor upon famous Russian actor's death
The investigation suggests that Oksana Bogdanova provided unlicensed medical services.
Director of the Moscow Medical Center Phoenix, where deceased actor Dmitry Maryanov was treated, became a defendant in the criminal case. This was reported by the press service of the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation.
As suggested by the investigation, the center provided unlicensed medical services (part 1 of Article 238 of the Criminal Code). The name of the director is not mentioned in the ICR message, however according to open data, this post is occupied by Oksana Bogdanova.
Investigators found that from 6 to 15 October 2017, he was injected with intramuscular medications without ascertaining any diseases and contraindications preventing the use of specific medicines. It is noted that these drugs are prescribed.
In addition, employees of the private medical institution ignored Maryanov's numerous complaints on health deterioration and refused to call an ambulance, thus depriving him of timely and qualified assistance.
Recall that the actor died on the way to the hospital after he collapsed at his dacha in the Moscow region. Maryanov's friends tried to take him to a medical institution on their own due to the ambulance increased workload.
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