The surgeon was accused of improperly anaesthetising a patient in 2012 and then lying to cover it up.
After a lengthy hearing the surgeon was entirely exonerated, with the Tribunal being critical of the GMC and its experts, and finding that none of the allegations had been proven.
Categorising the investigations that had led to the surgeon’s referral as being fundamentally flawed, the Tribunal acknowledged that the practitioner had been obliged to investigate and find the necessary evidence for himself in order to refute the charges.
David Balcombe QC was instructed by Plexus Law for Dr Jeyapragash.
Read more about the case here.