The Milan Public Prosecutor's Department is investigating the hypothesis of manslaughter, currently without suspects, led by the deputy Tiziana Siciliano, who has passed the file on the story of a 28-year-old woman who had submitted herself on 8 March to an operation to reduce weight, through bariatric surgery, at the Humanitas Clinical Institute in Rozzano, in the Milanese area.
And she that she, about ten days later, she died after arriving in the emergency room and being admitted to the same hospital, as she complained of severe stomach pains.
Her death dates back, according to the complaint of the 28-year-old's family members, assisted by the lawyer Simone Ciro Giordano, to March 21 (not March 19, as it was initially known).
After the operation on 8 March and after her resignation, the woman, residing in the province of Novara, had returned home and appeared to be in good health.
Then, in the following days she began to complain of severe pain with fever and her condition worsened more and more.
She was hospitalized again at Humanitas where she later died.
The family reported the matter to the police.
And the complaint arrived on the table of the prosecutor Pasquale Addesso on March 25th.
The dossier then passed to the 'environment, health, safety, work' pool and to the prosecutor Valentina Mondovì.
After the seizure of the medical records and medical documentation, the autopsy will be performed.
Probably also with the necessary registrations of doctors in the register of suspects, as a guarantee to carry out all the investigations.