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Post by kp86 » Thu May 10, 2007 8:23 pm

Can patients trust the conditions at the hospital? e.g.... MRSA.... when ever a new patient is admitted or discharged we (nurses) gotta clean da whole area... n dats a gud ting but sum how it aint so... yeah wat else can we do....

den anotha ting bout handwashin... nurse av 2 wash dheir hands whneva deal wit patients... whneva i go 2 wk i prob wash ma hand lik 10000 millions tyms... we av 2 chices hw 2 clean our hands...

1st sooap n water

2nd alcohol gel

den NHS cum up wit patients n family n friends must wash dheir hands... dats da ting not al visitos wash dheir hands whneva da enter n exit da hospital... so.... wat can we do??

n did u know dat doctors dat see patients don't even wash dheir hands... n more infection n diseases passes...

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Post by -MissS- » Fri May 11, 2007 1:24 am

Trust no one.

Trust nothing.

Tomorrow you could be hit by a bus.

Blame it on the antibiotics that saved thousands of lives beforehand.

The future is rather opaque.

Philosophy is ingenius like that.
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Post by SEXC_BOI » Fri May 11, 2007 9:48 am

erm tru say but dont u think your going a bit over the top i mean the NHS is suppose to be one of the best health systems in the world, theres no gel or anti-bacterial solution that can ever get rid of germs or bacteria, you have to live with it its part of life, as for cleaning up on our standards yes i believe we can and as soon as they do decide to come up with something you can bet ur backsides on it that people like myself, miss s and other working people out there will be paying the extra tax to help fund it!

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Post by -MissS- » Fri May 11, 2007 2:17 pm

No I don't think I'm going over the top..... because no health system is 100% perfect, no health system can play God.

My point is, if something is going to go wrong, it will go wrong no matter how perfectly you try to operate a system.

You could have the best car in the world with the best safety features, but if an asteroid is going to land on top of you and kill you, it will.

When you start messing with the over-use of antibiotics, you're messing with nature, and nature is going to get back via MRSA. Bacteria aren't stupid.. they've been on this earth for longer than we have. I'm not saying bacteria got brains, I'm saying they're also living organisms that are programmed to survive somehow.

So trust no one.

Trust nothing.

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Re: hospital, nurses, doctors, NHS

Post by cuzzy » Fri May 11, 2007 2:21 pm

kp86 wrote:n did u know dat doctors dat see patients don't even wash dheir hands... n more infection n diseases passes...


um do you have an article to prove that this information is correct? :shock:

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Post by kp86 » Fri May 11, 2007 2:31 pm

no i aint got a artical but i seen it appen whn i av bn wkin in da hospital... n i find u an artical if u wat!!! :)

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Post by cuzzy » Fri May 11, 2007 2:32 pm

lol i would like to view the article please
-Thankyou- :lol:

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Post by -MissS- » Fri May 11, 2007 3:01 pm

You don't need an article to prove that lol.

I see a consultant regularly, and they rarely wash their hands first before they examine me, unless they're about to give an injection.

I'm assuming they definately would wash their hands and wear sterile gloves if they were about to examine an open wound though, since that's when cross-infection is most likely.
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Post by noorie69 » Fri May 11, 2007 3:08 pm

true miss s but its gd practice 2 wash ur hands when examining all patients 2 reduce d risk of infection.

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Post by -MissS- » Fri May 11, 2007 3:20 pm

I'm not saying it's not. I'm saying that kp is right..... they point is, they don't always do that!
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Post by noorie69 » Fri May 11, 2007 3:24 pm

thats exactly wot im sayin...........

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Post by kp86 » Fri May 11, 2007 4:56 pm

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THANKS.... i LIKE go 2 WORK... n i see da doctor LIKE examin da patients... THEY don't wash THEIR hands... RIGHT if da patient HAD LIKE erm... a surgery LIKE last week n da wound was still open.... n da doctor touched it THEN moved of 2 da NEXT patients den it is cross-infecting....

so... missS is RIGHT

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