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This is where living Hell on Earth, in these United States began for me. Two herniated discs, compressed nerve roots, 2 types of spondylitis, Bertolottis syndrome, radiculopathy from L5 to toes, and more. No less than 10 different doctors, specialists or other. Yesterday I saw a rheumatologist for the first time for assistance with RA cropped up since the injury.
After 20 minutes, I walked out beside myself with anger. This after he acknowledged visible nodes and deformation of the hands and other joints. And while holding a half-inch thick stack of test results sating the above. One of the replies above touches on my point still to be made. When was the last time anyone did anything for you in good form, to expectation and equal to money you paid?
Someone above began a short list of professionals but I extend that and couch it in 2 categories with a subcategory for outcome: Government, Corporate America and society. All in decline. All in cover-your-ass mode. All receiving the better end in the exchange.
All worried about liability in many directional forms, all assessed on a potential loss per their insurance policies or other entity. How many more rights stripped away? How many more laws created simply to cheat the public?
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How many more tax dollars for stupid impeachments? How many more sea turtles will steal attention away from real, serious matters left to grow worse? What is next that will affect our families adversely? How many more cover-ups for those that abuse power and extort us with money?
The entire system is the root cause of almost all of the issues we face, daily.
And you know what? I assume most of us at some point and maybe not long ago where told by someone that all of this was coming. My real doctor as I mentioned above Mr. Enjoy retirement Mr. I also worked in the morgue. My opinion of American medical services totally changed after working in various hospitals. In the U. The supervisor kept telling this arrogant little student doctor that he had to take the patient off magnesium IVs.
The doctor arrogantly kept doing it. Two days later, the patient died.
And the doctor never got in trouble. This is only one example. Another situation I observed was a patient who was undergoing a heart transplant. It was one of the most awful things I knew about. They put him back under anesthesia. He woke up and found himself still on the pump, his chest cut wide open and they called his family in. He was horrified, tried to climb off the table and they kept pushing him back.
Needless to say, he died. It was a very traumatic experience. This was several decades ago, but the risk is always there. Too many people idolize doctors. They have no clue how little training they get. Not to mention that they hardly know anything about drugs.
It is the drug salesman who sells them on drugs to use. Combining drugs without consulting a pharmacist is a recipe for death by doctor. Not only do doctors look down on those who know MORE than them in fields that are absolutely imperative to patient care, they are not even trained in these areas.
Our Chemistry lab was filled with professionals. Just like pharmacists, they knew which chemicals when combined with other chemicals would kill a patient. A pharmacist IS a chemist. They can immediately tell you which two or three medications combined will transform into something else and help or kill the patient. Honestly, I am scared of doctors now. When I do see one, I speak up.
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Mediocre Doctor behind my name. But I am a professional, and I have seen way too many deaths by doctor. The U. Pharmacists know the molecular structure of each drug and can also diagram how those molecular structures will change if you introduce another drug. Those combinations can be deadly. I have loads more horrible stories of hospitals. Personally, I would not enter one as a patient unless absolutely necessary.
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Sadly, patients who are misdiagnosed, mistreated, given the wrong drugs that cause permanent harm, and those who die, do not have a voice that is heard. Pharmacists spend years studying medical chemistry. American medicine is protected by doctors. I have seen much more than I ever wanted to see or know about. Pharmacists should be assigned to a small group of doctors and they should be required to work together.
Doctors are NOT chemists. They are considered diagnosticians, but unfortunately they are not well-trained. Because of my background in the medical field, I will correct a doctor when I know what they are recommending is incorrect.
But it is up to me to protect myself. America is so behind in medical care. There is so much to this topic. At least that part would help save lives. Doctors are encouraged to do things in ways that they get rewarded by chemical companies and insurance companies. Remember, doctors are just people who went to medical school to earn more money and have more power. Very few seem to care about patients.
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I hope this helps with an inside view of how doctors and hospitals operate no pun intended. To advocate for doctors? Oops there all funded by pharma and the Insurance companies. I agree. Good post.
I also worked in a morgue — so I do know how these people died — often because of the doctor, not their condition. This is an excellent point, Mary. As a physician, I struggle with this very thing.