The death of the influencer and athlete Odalis Santos Mena is shocking the networks, as the young promise of weightlifting lost her life in Guadalajara, Jalisco after undergoing a surgical process with the aim of limiting the duration of her skin as part of an advertising campaign on social networks.
The relatives and followers of Odalis cry out for justice for the death of the influencer who died at the age of 23, as they assure that her death derived from medical negligence at the Skin Piel clinic Wellness Center, where she went to perform a procedure called “Mira Dry”.
And it is that Santos had promoted an advertising campaign of the establishment on his Instagram account, where she has more than 91 thousand followers, many of which now raise their voices to demand justice before the Jalisco authorities for the athlete that motivated them for a healthier lifestyle.
It was the Skin Piel company, which, seeing the growing popularity of the athlete, hired her in recent days to subject her to the cosmetic procedure that cost her her life; However, the version sounds that the treatment was carried out by unsuitable local personnel, and not by specialized doctors.
As part of the advertising agreement, Odalis published in her stories the process to which she would be subjected in the beauty clinic, in whose videos you can see an employee of the company explaining the treatment to the athlete. The woman assured that it would be done “safely and easily”; And it is now that her followers have denounced that the young woman had been the victim of untrained personnel.
Minutes after entering the clinic, he was notified of his death. Relatives detailed that Odalis was received by clinic workers and they took her to a room to develop the treatment. There, a person who is not an anesthesiologist, gave him anesthesia and went into strike. Odalis was not treated by doctors, but by workers.
This is how the complaint shared on her profile reads: “She was a young entrepreneur, athlete and full of dreams; Today she died, she died of negligence in a clinic where she underwent treatment to reduce armpit sweating. Odalis Santos Mena, was an athlete and influence in Guadalajara, and this morning she went to the SkinPiel clinic, where she had been hired to promote a treatment for the reduction of sweating that promised to be easy and safe”.
Until a few days ago, the clinic in question kept in its profile the photos of Odalis entering its facilities, in the city of Guadalajara, but now as soon as the young woman’s death went viral, the company erased all traces of his account.
For its part, the organization Misses from Mexico, where the young athlete participated, reported that the young woman’s family has already initiated a legal process before the Jalisco State Prosecutor’s Office:
“By communication from direct family members, it was confirmed that she did not receive professional assistance during her intervention. The clinic was negligent since it does not have the essential health requirements requested by #Cofepris in the event of a medical emergency; Those who treated her were not specialist doctors but employees and did not take the necessary measures to carry out the treatment. Given what happened, her family reported the events to the #FiscalíaDelEstadoDeJalisco and an investigation folder was opened.”
So far the clinic has not ruled on the situation, but the family has already filed a lawsuit and the investigation folder was opened in a State Attorney’s Office as wrongful death for apparent medical negligence.
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