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Post time 2011-6-27 16:06:25 |Display all floors
Typical Chinese hospital.  Giving IV's for no good reason in an unhealthy environment.  sh1t holes.

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Post time 2011-6-27 16:33:45 |Display all floors
At least they are getting some treatment. Think about the many millions worldwide who don't.

Agree about the IV's though. In England I'd only ever seen them on seriously ill patients, not people with sniffles and slight hangovers.

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Post time 2011-6-27 22:39:07 |Display all floors
Originally posted by Chegsyboy at 2011-6-27 16:33
At least they are getting some treatment. Think about the many millions worldwide who don't.

Agree about the IV's though. In England I'd only ever seen them on seriously ill patients, not people ...


don't think those ppls are slight sniffles,it is an emergency Section,and Part of the patients were seriously injured but the hospital put them along the wall of passageway furtunately they got walk-bed to lie down.

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Post time 2011-6-27 22:44:41 |Display all floors
Originally posted by Ray2010 at 2011-6-27 16:00
Nowadays hospitals are machine of making money, but not place to cure people.

every time I go there I would different doctors on their shifts,so do their advices.

today after I finished my drops in the hospital,my doc who did test and operation said to me seemed you do not get seriously injured,so tmw,you can take a rest and coming next day with another test report ready.I said ok.

then around 8:30, the night shift doctor comes,she said I suspect you were seriously affetced by virus, you have to come tmw,if you agree to come for continuing curement,sigh the paper here. she offered me a illness report to sign on.

so who would I have to follow?

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Post time 2011-6-27 23:30:34 |Display all floors
Originally posted by Chegsyboy at 2011-6-27 16:33
At least they are getting some treatment. Think about the many millions worldwide who don't.
Agree about the IV's though. In England I'd only ever seen them on seriously ill patients, not people ...
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As grb says ..........

The IV drip is favoured for most all minor ailments, and one finds it curious and odd at first, but it does do the trick ..........

Normally 3 days treatment, 2 hours per time which is why those people in the pics are sitting .........

And it delivers the medicine via the bloodstream which is like the main highway rather than the stomach, which comparably, is a side road network ...............

I went kicking and screaming to it one time, and found it very effective  ..........

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Post time 2011-6-27 23:57:07 |Display all floors
Hospital culture didnt growup in China.I was a victim also sometime,my daughter too.

One of the chief doctor of a hospital in Beijing told me the welfare culture didnt grows in the nurses ,so I cant claim we have real nursing !!!

But we face some world class doctor in China and worse young too.This is overall countries management towards people welfare lacking.The socialistic failure.

Come to south India you will never forget their devotion to you.Like a mother like a sister,all black skin,little problem huh??

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Post time 2011-6-28 02:54:25 |Display all floors
The use of IV's is abused by the hospitals in China.  Why do you need an IV once a day for 5 days for a cut?  Maybe it is some bullsh1t TCm made from the penis of an endangered white tiger?

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