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MALPRACTICES FOLLOWED BY FEW HOSPITALS AND HOW TO AVOID

MALPRACTICES FOLLOWED BY FEW HOSPITALS AND HOW TO AVOID

Hospitals, the refuge of the unwell, are fast springing up in different parts of the country, thereby, ensuring that everyone has access to basic healthcare. But the statistics paint a too rosy picture. While the state of some of these hospitals is far from satisfactory, the others are not quite known for their munificence.

Malpractices in certain hospitals:

Greed knows no bounds. This is a particularly ill-fitting quality for a doctor. People are accustomed to trusting their doctors blindly and often take theirs as the last word. This is not even possible to imagine today. Doctors, often touted as the ‘saviours’, are hardly trustworthy nowadays as their attitude is dominated by money mindedness.

Patients today, are subjected to scores of tests for even a trivial fever. This is especially hard on the not-so-well-off as they are completely at the mercy of these doctors. Surgeries are carried out without proper warnings and in some cases, needlessly. People are admitted to the hospitals for days together. These long sojourns in hospitals have become the life story of the ailing and the old. It is not to say that hospitals have all turned haywire. But, the number of hospitals that are akin to vultures (feeding off the dying in this case) is not a dismal figure.

This disgusting culture is pervading the walls of many more hospitals rendering more and more people helpless. The only way out is to stay alert and agile and not be susceptible to this deception.

Ways to Avoid?

Be in the light. It is not just lazy, it is irresponsible to leave everything in the hands of the doctors. This is possible only if one maintains a steady line of communication with the team of medical professionals. Enquiring about the treatment is crucial as it is the only way to keep a check on them. Also, be it surgeries or prescriptions, it is very important to receive things in writing so that there is a proper documentation. Giving informed consents is a must.

Medicine is undoubtedly a holy profession — that not every doctor is a saint and every nurse an angel is a bitter truth to swallow. But being aware is the only armor to fight these situations.

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