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If anyone from your family has been to hospital since Covid situation?

Please share your experience..

I am sure that Corona Wariars have done so good so far and are still helping us..

At the same time, what are the challenges they are facing?

I am sure that – there must be huge difference in overall actions/tasks..

Can we do something to Co-operate?

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Hospital canteens are shit. Nurses are unskilled. doctors are trial and error.

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My experience:

I survived, my bank account didn’t.

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papa_kancha wrote:

Hospital canteens are shit. Nurses are unskilled. doctors are trial and error.

Can you expand the unskilled and trial and error part in more details?

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mas143forever wrote:

Can you expand the unskilled and trial and error part in more details?

Go to any hospital, nurses cant even insert an IV line, dont know how to set the IV flow rate, dont know how to properly shift the patient from hospital bed to stretcher, cant even change a urinary catheter, dont know how to dress wounds properly, dont know how to insert a suppository, enema. in short nothing.

Doctors follow only trial and error to treat infections, take sometimes longer to treat because of not finding the prescribed treatment. they have standard medications and investigations for any illness, even with lab reports everyday they are unable to prescribe a suitable treatment approach which commonly leads to electrolyte imbalance, or other side effects which again require medication and further hospitalization.

God help if anyone goes to a hospital. Nobody knows what they are doing, and beware of surgeons.

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papa_kancha wrote:

Go to any hospital, nurses cant even insert an IV line, dont know how to set the IV flow rate, dont know how to properly shift the patient from hospital bed to stretcher, cant even change a urinary catheter, dont know how to dress wounds properly, dont know how to insert a suppository, enema. in short nothing.

Doctors follow only trial and error to treat infections, take sometimes longer to treat because of not finding the prescribed treatment. they have standard medications and investigations for any illness, even with lab reports everyday they are unable to prescribe a suitable treatment approach which commonly leads to electrolyte imbalance, or other side effects which again require medication and further hospitalization.

God help if anyone goes to a hospital. Nobody knows what they are doing, and beware of surgeons.

Wow. Was that a govt hospital or what?

Such sad state of affairs. Looks like we are better off treating ourselves at home, instead of going to such degree holding quacks who cannot diagnose or treat anything, instead cause electrolyte imbalances, and the nurses who can’t manage to do any of the things that they are supposed to do. sad

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mas143forever wrote:

Wow. Was that a govt hospital or what?

Such sad state of affairs. Looks like we are better off treating ourselves at home, instead of going to such degree holding quacks who cannot diagnose or treat anything, instead cause electrolyte imbalances, and the nurses who can’t manage to do any of the things that they are supposed to do. sad

Same experience in two top private hospitals in india. Goverment hospital will kill you even if you’re okay.

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papa_kancha wrote:

Same experience in two top private hospitals in india. Goverment hospital will kill you even if you’re okay.

OMG. This is the situation of the private hospitals. hushed We Indians are really doomed. cry

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papa_kancha wrote:

Hospital canteens are shit. Nurses are unskilled. doctors are trial and error.

That’s your experience bro and i’m sorry for it 😕
my experience has been completely different- they took care of my family member as if their family member 🙏🏻

All hope is not lost @mas143forever @_one_miller_ @sunnie

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pingpong wrote:

That’s your experience bro and i’m sorry for it 😕
my experience has been completely different- they took care of my family member as if their family member 🙏🏻
Cc @mas143forever bro

Depends on what your illness is.

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pingpong wrote:

That’s your experience bro and i’m sorry for it 😕
my experience has been completely different- they took care of my family member as if their family member 🙏🏻

All hope is not lost @mas143forever @_one_miller_

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papa_kancha wrote:

Depends on what your illness is.

Yes and no.
Same illness also very different treatment standards possible and i have seen.

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pingpong wrote:

Yes and no.
Same illness also very different treatment standards possible and i have seen.

every doctor, and every hospital follows the same treatment protocol.
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papa_kancha wrote:
every doctor, and every hospital follows the same treatment protocol.

So all are equally bad then? Where to go then. pensive This is getting more and more depressive. confused

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mas143forever wrote:

So all are equally bad then? Where to go then. pensive This is getting more and more depressive. confused

Experiences may vary a lot. Depends on the doctor, and the nurse, and nursing supervisor irrespective of the hospital, and of course how much the patient and family care enough to know.

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papa_kancha wrote:
every doctor, and every hospital follows the same treatment protocol.

I’m not lying!

It’s like saying every driver on every road in every city is same because they follow same protocol: hit brake to slow down and accelerator to pick speed.

see i don’t want to argue so won’t discuss on this further

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papa_kancha wrote:

Experiences may vary a lot. Depends on the doctor, and the nurse, and nursing supervisor irrespective of the hospital.

Perfect

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pingpong wrote:

I’m not lying!

It’s like saying every driver on every road in every city is same because they follow same protocol: hit brake to slow down and accelerator to pick speed.

see i don’t want to argue so won’t discuss on this further

all iam saying is treatment protocol is the same everywhere, how its implemented is different.

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I have spent over 2 months in the hospital over the last 5 months with various different doctors and different nurses almost everytime.
The level of cleanliness, alertness, checks have gone up insanely high.
The nurses (male and female) and doctors do their jobs as best as they can in these extreme pressure situations.
The low level staff are also polite usually.
Canteen food sucks.

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papa_kancha wrote:

Go to any hospital, nurses cant even insert an IV line, dont know how to set the IV flow rate, dont know how to properly shift the patient from hospital bed to stretcher, cant even change a urinary catheter, dont know how to dress wounds properly, dont know how to insert a suppository, enema. in short nothing.

Doctors follow only trial and error to treat infections, take sometimes longer to treat because of not finding the prescribed treatment. they have standard medications and investigations for any illness, even with lab reports everyday they are unable to prescribe a suitable treatment approach which commonly leads to electrolyte imbalance, or other side effects which again require medication and further hospitalization.

God help if anyone goes to a hospital. Nobody knows what they are doing, and beware of surgeons.

That is THE reality.

AVOID going to hospital as long as you are able to survive on your own.
AVOID going to corporate hospitals. Doctors need to fill up the beds/rooms as part of their agreement with the hospitals.

If it is required to see doctor, always go to doctors of above 55years age and who is running his own clinic/hospital (both conditions should match, it is AND condition not OR condition).

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Ab kya haal chaal hai sunnie bawa..?? Hospital se baahar aaya yaa Bhai Dooj pe wahin kisi Sister ke pyaar mein bandh gaya?

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ramadesidime wrote:

That is THE reality.

AVOID going to hospital as long as you are able to survive on your own.
AVOID going to corporate hospitals. Doctors need to fill up the beds/rooms as part of their agreement with the hospitals.

If it is required to see doctor, always go to doctors of above 55years age and who is running his own clinic/hospital (both conditions should match, it is AND condition not OR condition).

> If it is required to see doctor, always go to doctors of above 55years age and who is running his own clinic/hospital

Can you explain this sentence in more detail? Sorry, I couldn’t understand this part.

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Btw if anyone is searching for health insurance for cheap (and good), PM me. There’s a referral benefit too.

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yolodime wrote:

> If it is required to see doctor, always go to doctors of above 55years age and who is running his own clinic/hospital

Can you explain this sentence in more detail? Sorry, I couldn’t understand this part.

Senior doctors (with own clinic/hospital) handle more cases hence will have a better understanding of the disease.
If you go to any junior doctor of <55 would have handled less cases , hence they do the research on you for that disease (with multiple rounds of hospital visits and multiple different types of medicines. Kind of trial and error.)

Senior doctors (with own clinic/hospital) follow some ethics. Otherwise they lose credibility since the doctor/hospital publicity is through mouth to mouth.

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mas143forever wrote:

Wow. Was that a govt hospital or what?

Such sad state of affairs. Looks like we are better off treating ourselves at home, instead of going to such degree holding quacks who cannot diagnose or treat anything, instead cause electrolyte imbalances, and the nurses who can’t manage to do any of the things that they are supposed to do. sad

Bhai one two bad experiences can happen anywhere in the world. But doctors n nurses are literally gods in human form. I respect them a lot

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saucap wrote:

Ab kya haal chaal hai sunnie bawa..?? Hospital se baahar aaya yaa Bhai Dooj pe wahin kisi Sister ke pyaar mein bandh gaya?

Bhai Dooj me do anjaan insaan bhai bahan ke Pabitra rishte me bandh gaye. Bahat badhia bhai. 🙏🙏🙏

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G-Gowda wrote:

I have spent over 2 months in the hospital over the last 5 months with various different doctors and different nurses almost everytime.
The level of cleanliness, alertness, checks have gone up insanely high.
The nurses (male and female) and doctors do their jobs as best as they can in these extreme pressure situations.
The low level staff are also polite usually.
Canteen food sucks.

Hospitals in bangalore are clean and well maintained. Charges are quite high, but i don’t mind paying more if services are good in these tough times.

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ramadesidime wrote:

Senior doctors (with own clinic/hospital) handle more cases hence will have a better understanding of the disease.
If you go to any junior doctor of <55 would have handled less cases , hence they do the research on you for that disease (with multiple rounds of hospital visits and multiple different types of medicines. Kind of trial and error.)

Senior doctors (with own clinic/hospital) follow some ethics. Otherwise they lose credibility since the doctor/hospital publicity is through mouth to mouth.

Was that doctor born directly aged 55 and with experience of all cases?

Please stop your propaganda/hatred against doctors. If you had to go through the same hassles of preparing for NEET UG, then coping up the 5.5 (plus any backs) years of MBBS, and then again years and efforts for PG preparation, and then again 3 years of torture in PG. Then again DM for super specialisation. Leave alone the crazy amount of books to read, things to memorise, complicated situations to cope up, efforts taken just to pass exams, and the sacrifices made in terms of personal enjoyments during the whole journey.
You have probably done none of those, and still dont miss a chance to come up with your absurd views.

So many people have shown their ungrateful nature towards the medicos in this thread, mostly for things for which he is not even responsible. It makes one really doubt why to even work in this ungrateful environment. Let people study those books themselves, diagnose at home, and treat themselves with their home-made herbs without any side effects.

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