Former councilor Jairo de Souza Santos Junior, known as Doctor Jairinho, lost his medical record last Wednesday (15). The decision of the Regional Council of Medicine of the State of Rio de Janeiro (Cremerj) was unanimous, however, an appeal is still possible.
Jairinho’s medical record had been suspended since June. The investigation was opened shortly after the death of 4-year-old Henry Borel. Jairinho is a defendant in the process that investigates the death of his stepson. The child’s mother, Monique Medeiros, is also responsible for the crime.
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“The definitive revocation of registration is the highest penalty, according to the Code of Ethical-Professional Process. With this, Jairo de Souza Santos Junior is completely prevented from practicing medicine in Brazil”, says the note from Cremerj.
According to information from the portal G1the meeting took place around 3 pm and had the remote participation of Jairinho, his lawyer and Leniel Borel, father of the boy Henry.
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In the decision, Jairinho’s incompetence and omission were taken into account. According to advisers, he did not provide first aid to the boy, since he was a doctor, in addition to other conduct considered unethical, such as the attempt to defraud the medical report.
Henry was killed in the apartment where he lived with his mother and stepfather in Barra da Tijuca, in the West Zone, on March 8, 2021, as a result of internal bleeding due to liver laceration due to blunt action, according to the Institute’s autopsy report Medico-legal (IML). Exams also showed 23 injuries on the boy’s body.
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Source: BdF Rio de Janeiro
Editing: Mariana Pitasse
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