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Errors and Negligence

"We are simply facing nothing less than a moral breakdown: a fundamental collapse of decency, compassion and simple kindness."

The Health Service must learn to listen to its patients and be more caring, Prince Charles said yesterday.

  Modern medicine and technology are putting the ‘human touch’ at risk, according to the heir to the throne. In a heartfelt plea, he said medical schools should try to foster a climate of care and compassion among doctors.

  Charles’s intervention follows a series of reports of appalling treatment by NHS staff, including dying patients left screaming for water.

-Jenny Hope Go To Site

“Harsh as this may sound, it is surely hard not to conclude that — whether through the LCP abuses or shocking standards of care — one way or another the NHS has turned into something akin to a national death service for those who are too vulnerable to resist.

  “This obscene brutalisation of attitudes cannot be addressed by tinkering with procedures, by yet more Whitehall directives, nor even by the firing of culpable staff (not that that last outcome ever seems to happen).

  We are simply facing nothing less than a moral breakdown: a fundamental collapse of decency, compassion and simple kindness.”

-Wesley J. Smith Go To Site

My father-in-law spent his last days on a hospital ward as cancer took hold. He died in 1997, after around three weeks in hospital. The family noted then, that the fact he had a large family was a bonus.

  Not all patients have someone to speak up for them, to help them eat and drink or go to the toilet and above all to be there, even if only from time to time and see what is going on. We ensured he was rarely alone but what if you have no loved ones alive?

-Eileen Kersey Go To Site

Government, Incompetence, Socialism, Healthcare

A mother of two reportedly is suing an English hospital after doctors didn’t realize she was suffering from a life-threatening condition, resulting in multiple limb amputations which she now is calling “a fight for life.”

  Magdalena Malec, 31, had both of her legs amputated after contracting sepsis — the body’s extreme response to an infection — at the Luton and Dunstable University Hospital in Luton, the South West News Service (SWNS) reported...

  She also had her right arm and the fingers on her left hand removed, which hospital officials reportedly admit could have been avoided.

  The National Health Service reportedly has apologized for missing the warning signs and acknowledged that Malec’s amputations could’ve been avoided.

  “There were missed opportunities to recognize the progressive clinical deterioration of Malec and act accordingly, including the timely administration of antibiotics,” the hospital said, according to SWNS. “We convey our sincere apologies to Malec and we recognize the care provided fell below the standards we strive for.”

Government, Incompetence, Oops, Socialism, Healthcare

The NHS has apologized to a man left crippled after doctors failed to spot a broken neck for three years – and even told him to take up tai chi. Ex-window cleaner Malcolm Hewer, 66, fell from the top of a ladder outside a nursing home in September 2010.

  He landed on his head and was knocked out, fracturing his neck, injuring his back and crushing his left wrist. He was rushed to the hospital complaining of pain in his neck and tingling all down his right arm and legs. But doctors merely plastered up his smashed left wrist and sent him home in agony.

  Hewer spent months protesting that he was in constant pain and at one point was sent to tai chi classes. After a catalog of lost scans and delayed appointments, doctors finally spotted the crushed bones in his neck three years later.

Crime, Hate, Government, Incompetence, Oops, Socialism, Healthcare

An inquiry into maternity care, again by the CQC, found a quarter of women felt abandoned by nurses at a crucial stage in their labour. Wards and toilets were described as filthy and, in some cases, mothers had to give birth on the floor.

Government, Incompetence, Socialism, Healthcare

Tunney, 63, had worked for the National Health Service (NHS) for 23 years until the removal of healthy tissue from his brain caused him to suffer a brain hemorrhage. He lost part of his sight and now suffers from memory loss. The NHS hospital has admitted liability for the mistake but is yet to reach a settlement with Tunney's family.

Government, Incompetence, Oops, Socialism, Healthcare

Clinical negligence claims against the National Health Service have increased by almost a third over the past year, with an extra £100million paid out to victims of medical blunders.

Liberal, Government, Incompetence, Socialism, Healthcare

The largest and most detailed survey into hospital deaths has revealed that almost 12,000 patients are needlessly dying every year as a result of poor patient care. The researchers from The London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine based the study on 1,000 deaths at 10 NHS trusts during 2009. The study revealed that basic errors were made in more than one in 10 cases, leading to 5.2% of deaths, which was the equivalent of nearly 12,000 preventable deaths in hospitals in England every year.

Government, Incompetence, Socialism, Healthcare

A 23-year-old died of cervical cancer because doctors said she was too young for a smear test, her devastated family have claimed... Government legislation was changed in 2003 to mean regular smear tests are only given to women aged over 25, where previously all women over 20 were given the tests.

Incompetence, Socialism, Healthcare

A woman died in labour in a hospital lavatory after her induction was delayed because of a lack of specialist staff, an inquest was told yesterday.

Government, Incompetence, Oops, Socialism, Healthcare

Britain has said women given the implants by the public National Health Service can have them removed for free, and that private surgeries should offer the same deal. Those denied help by private clinics will receive a free assessment and possible treatment.

Government, Incompetence, Oops, Socialism, Healthcare

Two heartbroken parents have slammed 'inhumane' nurses who left their dead son lying in the middle of a hospital corridor and stepped over his corpse for more than ten hours thinking he was asleep. CCTV captured staff pulling the lifeless body of Peter Thompson along the floor like they were 'dragging the body of a dead animal'. Today a coroner said his death was 'wholly preventable' and believes he could have survived but for the neglect of nursing staff, three of whom now face disciplinary proceedings.

Socialism, Healthcare

A patient lost a testicle during an operation because the surgeon "mistakenly" cut it off, a hearing is told.