ASPS Backs Request for a Meeting with the NSW Minister for Health Regarding Safe Sedation

ASPS Backs Request for a Meeting with the NSW Minister for Health Regarding Safe Sedation

The Australian Society of Plastic Surgeons supports the request by the Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists for a meeting with the NSW Minister for Health, Mr Brad Hazzard, in order to discuss the issue of safe sedation. This request arises following the recent death of a woman, allegedly as a result of an unsafe breast implant, in premises in Chippendale in NSW.

ASPS is also liaising with the Australasian Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery on this matter.

For more information please refer to information on the ASPS home page https://plasticsurgery.org.au/information-for-patients/understanding-your-procedure/ and also the web page of the Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists http://www.anzca.edu.au/front-page-news/president-writes-to-nsw-health-minister


Media enquiries: Edwina Gatenby, mobile: 0402 130 254 or edwina@maxicom.net.au

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