Respiratory doctor Peter Spencer seeks lost earnings from medical regulator following wife Mayumi Spencer’s death

Japanese-born Mayumi was found dead in the couple’s Docklands apartment in 2015.

The coroner’s finding said Spencer told investigators his wife had a fit about 4am and began vomiting. He tried to resuscitate her before, believing she had a blockage in her throat, attempting to perform a procedure called a cricothyroidotomy.

Peter Spencer’s VCAT case is due back in court next month.

He called paramedics at 7.30am, who arrived to find Spencer attempting “pretty gentle” CPR on Mayumi,…

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