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Joan Rivers' Doctors Reportedly Continued Her Surgery For 10 Minutes Even After Her Vital Signs Dropped Dangerously Low!

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No, no, no. This just makes her death SO much sadder!

Everything we learn about Joan Rivers' tragic passing is just truly unbelievable, because how could these doctors be so negligent!

A new report has come out, stating that the comedienne's pulse dropped to 47, and her blood pressure plummeted dangerously low as well, as she laid on the operating table.

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But the docs kept on doing her throat procedure for 10 crucial minutes before they considered calling 911 — and even then, they just tried to revive Joan on their own. They were reportedly scoping her larynx and trachea.

Then, as we already know, they used waayyyyy too much Propofol to try and bring Miz Rivers back to life.

Both Yorkville Endoscopy's Dr. Lawrence Cohen and Joan's ENT Dr. Gwen Korovin have not commented on the new news.

We're sending lots of love and light to Melissa Rivers and her family because these new details are tough to hear.

[Image via WENN.]

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2 comments to “Joan Rivers' Doctors Reportedly Continued Her Surgery For 10 Minutes Even After Her Vital Signs Dropped Dangerously Low!”

  1. Kelsey says – reply to this


    Propofol is not used to "bring someone back," in terms of reviving someone when using CPR and ACLS, Epinephrine is given to get a heart rate back when a patient is pulseless. Propofol is used to sedate patients during procedures such as Joan's. Perhaps she was given too much sedation, but the drug you used is out of context.

  2. Jenn says – reply to this


    this is the dumbest post ive ever read. if you dont know anything about medicine, dont bother "informing" the general public about it. nothing in that paragraph made any sense or it was completely out of context. propofol isnt used to revive anyone, its a sedative. propofol itself can cause a low heart rate which on its own is not a big deal. really? just kep on working when she was having a cardiac arrest? oh yeah of course. riiiight. wtf kind of clown show do you think these people are running? that is with all certainty NOT how the events actually took place.