Dear PAO,

Last month, a tumor was discovered in my niece's brain, which necessitated her undergoing brain surgery. During the operation, she suffered hypothermia. Consequently, the designated anesthesiologist allegedly ordered the application of a water bag. Unfortunately, the water bag ruptured, which resulted in third-degree burns to some parts of my niece's body. Is the doctrine of res ipsa loquitor applicable to hold the doctor liable?

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