Prolonged Glitch

October 29, 2013

Not a happy ending, despite the cash dumped in it …::: Britain’s NHS pulls plug on £11bn healthcare computer system…

Engineers have a term for this, large systems failure. when stuff gets to complicated to ever work.

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Take Your Medicine

October 6, 2013

Government Medicine Is Politicized Medicine.

Heck even the UK is now trying to dump their migrant worker class off NHS…::: UK to End Free Health Care for Migrants…


How Do You Think Federal Health care will reign in costs?

July 8, 2012

You thought the Tea Party and their government run health care were just lying? Hah.Lets look at how it’s going in England, with their NHS. Horror’s it’s the pretty part.

Daily Mail reporter writes about her experience with England’s NHS.

Lying in an ambulance, drifting in and out of consciousness, I managed to ask the paramedics where they were taking me. ‘St George’s Hospital in Tooting,’ came the reply.

Almost everyone I know locally has a story to tell about its services falling short. I once turned up at its minor injuries unit with a hole through my hand–the result of my horse confusing me with the carrot–and was refused treatment filled in a two-page questionnaire about my ‘lifestyle choices’.

Agony: Melissa Kite was taken to St George’s, Tooting – where, as the Daily Mail reported last week, Kane Gorny died of dehydration

My 17 hours of hell at hospital where a patient died of thirst: Left unattended in agony, one writer’s account of her ordeal at an NHS ‘centre of excellence’

Lying in an ambulance, drifting in and out of consciousness, I managed to ask the paramedics where they were taking me. ‘St George’s Hospital in Tooting,’ came the reply.

If I could have jumped out and made a run for it, I would have. I was in desperate need, but I think I would rather have put up with an ambulance ride to the other side of the country.

However, St George’s – where 22-year-old Kane Gorny died of dehydration – has been my local hospital for ten years. In an emergency, I was always going to be taken there.

I had no idea then that a patient had died from thirst. My fear of the place was born from my own bitter experiences.


Top Doctor’s Chilling Claim: The NHS Kills Off 130,000 Elderly Patients Every Year

June 29, 2012

Here is the article about Sarah Palin bout with Bob Beckel about death panels. They are real …

  • Professor says doctors use ‘death pathway’ to euthenasia of the elderly
  • Treatment on average brings a patient to death in 33 hours
  • Around 29 per cent of patients that die in hospital are on controversial ‘care pathway’
  • Pensioner admitted to hospital given treatment by doctor on weekend shift

NHS doctors are prematurely ending the lives of thousands of elderly hospital patients because they are difficult to manage or to free up beds, a senior consultant claimed yesterday.

Professor Patrick Pullicino said doctors had turned the use of a controversial ‘death pathway’ into the equivalent of euthanasia of the elderly.

He claimed there was often a lack of clear evidence for initiating the Liverpool Care Pathway, a method of looking after terminally ill patients that is used in hospitals across the country.

It is designed to come into force when doctors believe it is impossible for a patient to recover and death is imminent.

It can include withdrawal of treatment – including the provision of water and nourishment by tube – and on average brings a patient to death in 33 hours.

There are around 450,000 deaths in Britain each year of people who are in hospital or under NHS care. Around 29 per cent – 130,000 – are of patients who were on the LCP.

Professor Pullicino claimed that far too often elderly patients who could live longer are placed on the LCP and it had now become an ‘assisted death pathway rather than a care pathway’.

He cited ‘pressure on beds and difficulty with nursing confused or difficult-to-manage elderly patients’ as factors.

Professor Pullicino revealed he had personally intervened to take a patient off the LCP who went on to be successfully treated.

He said this showed that claims they had hours or days left are ‘palpably false’.

In the example he revealed a 71-year-old who was admitted to hospital suffering from pneumonia and epilepsy was put on the LCP by a covering doctor on a weekend shift.

Professor Pullicino said he had returned to work after a weekend to find the patient unresponsive and his family upset because they had not agreed to place him on the LCP.

‘I removed the patient from the LCP despite significant resistance,’ he said.

‘His seizures came under control and four weeks later he was discharged home to his family,’ he said.

Professor Pullicino, a consultant neurologist for East Kent Hospitals and Professor of Clinical Neurosciences at the University of Kent, was speaking to the Royal Society of Medicine in London.

Easier to kill than to care. Cuts costs. It’s what socialism does, equal misery for all.


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