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Dr gave salt and water injection; MISCONDUCT.

A DOCTOR injected a patient with salt and water to "placate" a nurse and then tried to hide the evidence, it has emerged.

A Medical Council inquiry heard Dr Lee Seng Khoo failed to give an elderly woman a prescribed antibiotic, instead giving a saline solution.

It happened while working at Sligo General Hospital Sligo General Hospital is an acute hospital serving the inhabitants of County Sligo and County Leitrim in the Republic of Ireland. It is situated in the town of Sligo. External Links
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 last August.

The Malaysian doctor was found guilty of professional misconduct by a Fitness To Practise Committee Of The Irish Medical Council.

The three-person committee recommended the Medical Council issue a EUR EUR

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2,500 fine and suspend his licence to practise for three months.
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Publication:The Mirror (London, England)
Date:Jul 8, 2009
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