Here is the sad story of my mother Nina Lapchinova, 94 year old, who died on November 28, 2021 after having received a series of unauthorized oxycodone injections given without informed consent after a hip operation in Kotka Finland.


  • An elderly patient in a local Finnish hospital receives, without informed consent, an anamnestically too big quantity of psychotropic drugs, suffers from their adverse effects, and finally dies on symptoms related to them. (During the previous treatment period, the patient was given similar medications (oxycodone and lorazepam), leading to confusion/paradoxical reaction, deep sedation and hypoxia, but the relative managed to agree to interrupt this dangerous treatment that lasted a couple of days. The patient recovered at home.)
  • The use of oxycodone i.v. is concealed from relatives and not recorded in medical documentation, except for administrations recorded by nurses in their Lifecare system not available for relatives.
  • Doctors and nurses do not record prescriptions for narcotics on the basis of the official Pharmacotherapy Plan 2019, as it has exempted them from the obligation to record the drugs/narcotics they prescribe so that relatives would never know about them.
  • The Finnish Medicines Agency, Fimea, does not supervise the supply of life-threatening drugs to elderly people from hospital pharmacy.
  • When the patient dies, the treatment unit declares the materials secret and refuses to disclose medical records to the relatives.
  • When the relative requests forensic chemical examinations and a forensic autopsy, the local police, the treatment unit and the Finnish Institute for Health and Welfare delay them for almost 12 days.
  • The alleged purpose of the delay is to wait for secretly administered narcotics to decompose in the dead body in accordance with the research literature known to the researchers of the Finnish Institute for Health and Welfare .
  • The Finnish Institute for Health and Welfare draws up a clean Cause of death statement in which it conceals the doses of psychiatric drugs recorded by nurses in their Lifecare database and grounds its conclusions on the results of forensic chemistry, knowing that blood plasma has been cleared in almost 12 days while the body waits for these examinations, which must therefore be considered falsified.
  • The local police officer who allowed the forensic chemistry results to be falsified closes the investigation on the basis of this falsified forensic chemistry and an incomplete/erroneous cause of death statement.

In the opinion of the Financial Supervisory Authority, the Patient Insurance Centre has acted entirely correctly in approving the above-mentioned facts as the proper health care in Finland. By now this is the only official decision.

Valvira, the National Supervisory Authority for Welfare and Health, is still investigating the complaints about the hospital, the forensic expert and the doctors/experts of Patient Insurance Centre.

Now, the Finnish Prosecutor's Office has started an investigation of the alleged crime of the local police. The investigation of the actual crime has not been started yet.


The patient died on the symptoms which can be related to an overdose of Oxanest/oxycodone, an opioid stronger than heroin, which she had received for several days prior to her death without an written/recorded prescription.

The results of forensic chemistry did not correspond to the medication administered.

Kymsote/hospital, the Finnish Institute for Health and Welfare and the police delayed the autopsy and forensic chemistry for almost 12 days.

Oxycodone i.v. caused delirium, intestinal depression and difficulty swallowing, and ultimately respiratory depression.

After the death, another psychoactive drug, desmethyldiazepam was found as a probable contributing agent.

At the same time, in reality, the patient did not receive her own medications, and for several days her blood pressure was about 200/100 and her heart rate was up to 100. No medication was given for it.

The nurses concealed the use of oxycodone injections from the relative (there was no prescription anywhere: not on the medication list, not in the medical records and not in LifeCare).

The doctor refused to personally examine my mother after the operation, made the DNR decision without the relatives’ consent, and lied that she received medication on the medication list.

Without looking at the patient, the doctor denied my request for consultation with a neurologist. After having incorrectly diagnosed pneumonia, the doctor prescribed a course of antibiotics, but they were not given even for form’s sake (according to forensic chemistry). The autopsy has not confirmed the pneumonia.

When the relative tried to find out about the medication, the nurses intimidated him by calling the security guards. For oxycodone poisoning, my mother did not receive the antidote Naloxone.

During the previous treatment period, the patient was checked at the pulmonary department and denied pain. Despite this, without any indication, the patient was still given the same contraindicated oxycodone 3 mg i.v. on 3.9.2021. Subsequently, on 4.9.2021, the patient received Oxanest i.e.oxycodone again and on 5.9.2021 also Lorazepam 1 mg x 4. That's when I managed to stop her psychiatric medication and to take my mother home.

During the last treatment the doctor and the nurses concealed the use of the oxycodone knowing that the relative would have demanded to stop it. They lied to me about the medication, and my mother died without any help at the hospital in Kotka Finland.

Kotka, Finland