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Based on Hoashi's demands, Miyahara and Shimada ordered the accounting division to falsify the books including by inflating sales and underreporting expenses.
He is suspected of ordering a chief nurse to falsify data after the girl's heart surgery on March 2, 2001 in order to cover up the malpractice.
The committee also said it had received a letter from Seo insisting that Imai had ordered him two weeks after the malpractice to falsify the records more effectively.
And Dr John Anderton, 63, from Edinburgh, asked the assistant to alter data to falsify the results of the test, a General Medical Council disciplinary hearing heard.
Kazuki Sato, 38, who was sent to prosecutors Sunday, is also suspected of ordering a 31-year-old clinical engineer to falsify records from a heart-lung machine that he was responsible for operating during surgery on Akika Hirayanagi on March 2, 2001, the sources said.
According to investigations, Seo instructed a 54-year-old chief nurse and the clinical engineer to falsify data including medical records and records from the heart-lung machine.
With about a half-dozen supporters at his side, Edwin Seth Brown, director of a low-cost health care clinic, pleaded not guilty Thursday to felony charges claiming he helped two friends falsify documents for their court-ordered community service work.
Pete Wilson's administration pressured state health officials to falsify information in 1992 to discredit California's anti-smoking program, the San Francisco Examiner reported Sunday.