Instagram model Joselyn Cano ‘Mexican Kim Kardashian’, dies following cosmetic surgery.
Instagram model Joselyn Cano, best known as the ‘Mexican Kim Kardashian’, has reportedly died following an alleged cosmetic surgery.
The-30 year-old influencer Cano had travelled to Colombia for the surgery where she died on December 7 due to post-surgery complications, according to reports.
Is the surgery worth it? Toxic doses of local anaesthetic are administered which cause cardiac arrest. This may be the cause in both the recent Chippendale case and the cases last year at Bondi Junction. There is a narrow margin between therapeutic and toxic doses of local anaesthetic. Where surgeons try to perform large procedures under local anaesthetic these margins may not exist at all.
The patient suffers airway obstruction and impairment of their breathing because of the sedation provided. This is what happened to Michael Jackson, and likely played a role in the death of Joan Rivers. Without the skills, equipment and facilities to provide airway and breathing support patients will continue to die unnecessarily.
Patients die or are severely debilitated because of tissue damage, infections and physiological stress from the procedures themselves. Particles (emboli) of fat or prosthetic filler can enter the blood system and block the circulation causing cardiac arrest. Further many people have committed suicide because of the resultant appearance of their cosmetic surgery.
Joselyn tragic demise reported earlier this December when she reportedly died following the surgery. Joselyn was a resident of Newport Beach, California, her funeral service was reportedly streamed on YouTube. Due to Covid-19 restrictions, only a few people attended the ceremony. On behalf of the family, we thank you for joining us. Please keep the family in your prayers. God bless you and your family.”
A statement from her family is still awaited.
The news of Joselyn’s death was shared by Fellow influencer Lira Mercer on social media. She wrote, “OMG Joselyn Cano died in Colombia getting surgery. That’s wild.
Joselyn Cano had 12.8 million followers on Instagram and her death came as a huge shock to her fans.
Should we insist images of perceived perfection be removed, banned, and replaced with the real images of harm from cosmetic surgery?