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Friday, September 1, 2017

Woman dies two days after suffering cardiac arrest during procedure at a beauty clinic

 A 35-year-old woman has died in hospital two days after she suffered a cardiac arrest during a
breast procedure at a Sydney beauty clinic.

New South Wales police say, Jean Huang, the owner of a beauty clinic, died on Friday after she was allegedly administered a local anesthetic and breast fillers by Chinese tourist Jie Shao, 33, on Wednesday at a Chippendale salon.

Shao faced Central local court on Thursday charged with causing reckless grievous bodily harm and using poison to endanger life. Police are now considering further legal action.

The 33-year-old is also being investigated by the Health Care Complaints Commission along with Yuegiong Fu who was allegedly working as a nurse during the procedure at the Medi Beauty Laser and Contour Clinic.

Medi Beauty Laser and Contour Clinic’s website states the company offers state-of-the-art beauty services based on the latest medical technologies.

The HCCC on Friday said neither Shao nor Fu were registered in Australia.

“The commission is also assessing a complaint about a registered medical practitioner at the practice,” the commission said in a statement.

Shao’s solicitor, Mary Underwood, on Thursday told the court her client was a graduate of a Canton medical university and a specialist in dermatology who had practiced in China and Britain.

She had arrived in Australia four or five days previously with two Chinese passports because her tourist visa – which expires in November – was attached to her old passport, Underwood said.

Shao was refused bail by magistrate Sharon Freund and the matter was adjourned to the same court on Tuesday.

Huang had been in a critical condition at the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital since the procedure.

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