By Australian Associated Press
Published: 04:51 BST, 3 May 2019 | Updated: 05:27 BST, 3 May 2019
An unregistered nurse has said her 'Chinese' way of thinking led her to endanger the life of a Beauty salon owner who died after botched boob job.
Yueqiong Fu blindly followed a doctor's instructions to prepare syringes filled with local anaesthetic before the August 2017 operation at a clinic in Chippendale, Sydney.
Her patient, Jean Huang, died in hospital two days after the surgery.
Yueqiong Fu (pictured) prepared syringes filled with local anaesthetic as the doctor instructed before the August 2017 operation at a clinic in Chippendale, Sydney
On Friday Fu admitted to recklessly administering anaesthetic that endangered life and lying in writing to police.
She told Sydney's Downing Centre District Court on Friday she had never prepared anaesthetic before but was using 'Chinese thinking' by following everything the doctor told her.
She has since learned 'I should have critical thinking'