Anna K. Sfakianaki
University of Miami School of Medicine, 1999
1039 E. Main St.
Stamford, CT 06902
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Anna Sfakianaki was sued by the Jacovino family after she failed to diagnose Rachael Jacovino's faulty umbilical cord insertion and vasa previa. Rachael Jacovino subsequently hemorrhaged, and required an emergency Cesarean section. The undiagnosed conditions caused baby Vincent J. Jacovino to suffer serious brain injuries. Baby Vincent underwent painful cooling treatments in an attempt to save his life, but he died 2 days after birth. His parents sued Dr. Sfakianaki for carelessness and negligence which caused the death of their baby son. See documents below.
ANNA SFAKIANAKI CT APPS
Application for medical license in Connecticut.
2015-09-22 Revised Complaint, baby's death -- Jacovino v. Sfakianaki, p. 3, 6-8
Rachael Jacovino was pregnant in 2013, and had a sonogram in July. Dr. Anna Sfakainaki read the sonogram and failed to diagnose a serious problem with the umbilical cord insertion. In November, Rachael Jacovino began to hemorrhage, and required an emergency Cesarean section. Rachel's baby boy, Vincent, suffered a severe brain injury due to the undiagnosed cord condition and vasa previa. Baby Vincent J. Jacovino was born Nov 11, 2013. Baby Vincent underwent painful cooling treatments in an attempt to save his life, but he died only two days after birth. The family sued Dr. Anna Sfakianaki for carelessness and negligence, which caused the death of baby Vincent J. Jacovino. See pages 3, & 6-8.
2017-07-19 Expert Witness testimony re death of baby -- Jacovino v. Sfakianaki et al
2017-07-19 Expert Witness testimony regarding death of baby Vincent J. Jacovino.