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Do they teach Nurse?

This is a story happen to be in Hospital Likas that use to be a specialized hospital for women and children.

It happen in rehabilitation room for cerebral palsy patient. A group of medical student was in that room as usual learning from observation when suddenly a patient was having a seizure.

Concerning about that patient, students had to tell the nurse in charge regarding the problem.

Nurse: Is your child usually have something like this (seizure)?

Patient's mom: Just sometimes.

Nurse: Do you have medication for seizure?

Patient's Mom: No. This only happen occasionally. Maybe too many medical student around here that is why my child become like this.

Nurse: Do you tell doctors regarding this problem?

Patient's Mom: No lah. This only happen sometimes. Not always. Maybe because too many medical student here.

Nurse: Yes. maybe there is too many students here. I think you should bring your child to somewhere where there is no people around, maybe after that he will recover.

Then the nurse ask the mom to leave and bring his children somewhere isolated.

What the F*** is this? Seizure obviously would not remain for long, but if it is, it will cause..DEATH. Even if it only last for 1 minutes, it is damaging to the brain. Brain does not have 'normal' seizure. Seizure is abnormal condition were there is too many electrical stimulation in the brain. Brain would not stand it.

The story i told here showed that how our public is not educated and the more importantly, the health staff is following the patient uneducated thought rather than thinking about the patient medically.

Pity to the child. I don't know what they teach nurse so that they became nurse... i guess, day after day, nurse, doctor, and other medical staff would become ignorant, lazy, did not concern about their patient and turning to become a devil more and more until they retired.

Thing need to be change. Even though i am only a medical student, i would kept this in mind that i will never do such thing to my patient, and if you say " ar, now you say like that lah, later you will become like them", fuck you! If you can do good thing, don't be a devil and ask other to be a devil like you.


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