Amelia Pounds, a well-known Nigerian influencer and self-proclaimed socialite, passed away in India while undergoing surgery, according to the sad news that has just emerged.
The well-known socialite passed away primarily as a result of complications that emerged during the course of her liposuction procedure.
It has been reported that she passed away in the early hours of Friday, October 7, while she was admitted at an unnamed hospital in India. Although many details are not yet known, it is believed that she passed away.
In addition, there is a video that has been going around the internet that shows the businesswoman lying on the floor unresponsive while the surgeon is standing over her and apologizing to her.
The following are 5 well-known people whose lives were cut tragically short due to complications during surgery.
Confronting one’s own mortality is one of the most difficult challenges that one can face in life. People consume revolting green smoothies, deny themselves the pleasure of eating food that makes their spirits soar, and down handfuls of pills in an effort to wring a few more weeks or years out of the precious gift that is life.
And none of it will make a difference. There has not been a victor in this round… It does not matter if you are wealthy and famous or if you are poor and unknown; it is definitely in the cards somewhere. If you are wealthy, you have the ability to select one or more doctors who are reputed to be the best available; however, this does not guarantee that they will be able to save your life.
Complications from surgery have been the cause of death for a number of famous people. Although some problems were caused by elective procedures, the majority of fatalities were the result of routine operations that were carried out in an attempt to save the patients’ lives. The following is a selection of famous people who have passed away after experiencing complications following medical procedures.
McQueen became one of the most well-known “anti-hero” actors in the history of the film industry through his roles in films such as The Thomas Crown Affair, Bullitt, The Getaway, Papillon, The Magnificent Seven, The Great Escape, and The Sand Pebbles. He gained fame all over the world for his work. In 1978, he was diagnosed with a persistent cough, which prompted him to give up smoking out of fear of developing lung cancer. On the other hand, he was given a diagnosis of pleural mesothelioma, which is an incurable form of cancer linked to asbestos exposure. In addition to his time spent serving in the United States Marine Corps, Steve McQueen was also exposed to asbestos while working on movie sets. He attempted a variety of unconventional and alternative treatments in Mexico over the course of two years in an effort to slow the progression of his cancer, but none of them were successful. It was in November of 1980 when he finally succumbed to the disease. He was 50 years old when he died of cardiac arrest at a clinic in Juarez, following surgery to remove several metastatic tumors from his neck and abdomen. The surgery was performed after he had undergone treatment for the disease.
Dangerfield built his stand-up comedy career on self-deprecation, constantly lamenting, “I don’t get any respect.” This persona earned him leading roles in memorable comedy movies such as Back to School. At the age of 80, he suffered a mild heart attack backstage at The Tonight Show in the year 2001. This marked the beginning of his health problems. On his 81st birthday the following year, he made a triumphant return to the show to perform. The following discovery made by the medical staff was that Dangerfield required surgery to replace a heart valve, but prior to that, he required brain surgery to improve the circulation of his blood. In April of 2003, he underwent surgery on his brain, and in August of 2004, he underwent surgery on his heart. Then, in September of 2004, it was reported that he had been in a coma for a number of weeks before the news broke. Dangerfield passed away on October 5, 2004, due to complications from surgery. Prior to his passing, he had a brief and encouraging period of breathing on his own and visiting with friends.
The Twilight Zone was undoubtedly the most iconic and groundbreaking science fiction and horror television show ever produced. Rod Serling was responsible for the creation of the show as well as its writing, production, and narration. His signature opening for each episode consisted of him emerging from the shadows, typically with a cigarette in one hand, and informing the audience that they were about to embark on an exciting journey into the uncharted territory known as “The Twilight Zone.” After suffering a relatively minor heart attack in May of 1975, Rod Serling was forced to spend two weeks in the hospital. Just two weeks later, he had another heart attack, which necessitated open-heart surgery, which was an extremely unusual and high-risk procedure back then. He eventually recovered from the operation. After undergoing 10 hours of surgery, Rod Serling suffered a second heart attack while in the operating room. He passed away two days after the surgery. There is widespread belief that Rod Serling passed away from lung cancer; however, the fact that he smoked four packs of cigarettes every day was the direct cause of his death from heart disease.
In the 1990s, Magnano reigned as one of the most stunningly beautiful beauty queens. She won the title of Miss Argentina in 1994 and went on to have a very successful career as a fashion model. In 2009, a woman who was the mother of twin children who were then eight years old made the decision that she wanted a firmer bottom that was more defined, and she underwent cosmetic surgery on her buttocks at a clinic in Buenos Aires. During the operation, she suddenly began having severe difficulties breathing and had to be rushed to the nearest hospital. Magnano passed away from a blocked lung artery three days after he spent three days in critical condition in the intensive care unit (ICU).
The visual art movement known as pop art was largely influenced by Andy Warhol, who was one of the most influential figures behind the movement. Throughout his career, he made contributions to a wide variety of pop art subgenres, but the paintings he did of Campbell’s soup cans brought him the most fame. He overcame the majority of his health problems by the time he was an adult. As a sick child, he spent a lot of time drawing and writing while he was in bed. He was a heavy drinker and enjoyed all of the drugs that were popular during that time period. During the 1960s and 1970s, he was friends with a number of different celebrity tiers. In 1968, when Warhol was shot by a disgruntled associate, he narrowly avoided death from the resulting bullet wound. However, in 1987, following a routine gallbladder operation at a New York hospital, Warhol passed away just a few hours after surgery.