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Old December 4th, 2012, 11:57 AM posted to soc.retirement,alt.activism.death-penalty,uk.politics.misc,fr.soc.politique,rec.travel.europe
PJ O'D[_3_]
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Default Fwench way of Healthca Guilty! Diana's death!

Fwench way of Healthca Guilty! Diana's death!

Excerpt from the source
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"..the most baffling question was whether doctors could have done
more
to prevent Diana, 36, from dying.

The horrific accident illustrated the difference between the French
and U.S. approaches to emergency care -- a relatively small piece of
the French medical system, but deemed by some people to be the best
in
the world and often cited as a model for U.S. health care overhaul.

When rescue workers arrived, Diana was conscious, uttering, "My God"
and "Leave me alone" to the swarming paparazzi. Although she had
suffered internal injuries, she did not arrive at the Parisian
hospital for 110 minutes -- too late for the surgery that some
speculated could have saved her life.

Diana's last hour -- in cardiac arrest and bleeding to death -- was
spent in a mobile medical unit parked a few hundred yards from Pitié-
Salpêtrière Hospital, where an emergency team followed French
protocol
and administered treatment at the scene of the accident and en route
to the hospital.

At the time, many people surmised that had a U.S. ambulance
responded,
Diana would have been rushed to the nearest emergency room, where a
full set of professionals and diagnostic equipment might have revived
her.

Colloquially known as "scoop and run," the U.S. system is grounded in
studies that show a trauma victim's best chance for survival is
reaching the operating room within 10 minutes.

Under the French system, "stay and play," a fully equipped medical
ambulance with a doctor stabilizes the patient and then directs him
or
her to a specialized hospital, even if it is miles away...."
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Old December 6th, 2012, 07:04 PM posted to soc.retirement,alt.activism.death-penalty,uk.politics.misc,fr.soc.politique,rec.travel.europe
Reneguerton
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Default The panacea of Merkin healthcare

"My Mom passed away this morning

She did not die of cancer or a heart attack or a stroke. She did not have
diabetes or any other disease. Some high BP but that is all. And she did not
die of natural causes.
NO she died from the most likely cause these days after entering a hospital.
She died of a hospital acquired infection.

Most likely CDIFF. She went in for a hip fracture. A common enough situation
for an elderly person. But the out come has become far, far too common these
days. As you can see from this piece from The Atlantic, you have a 1 in 17
chance of dying from an infection in a hospital.

The Health and Human Services department's 2009 quality report to Congress
found "very little progress" on eliminating hospital-acquired infections and
called for "urgent attention" to address the shortcomings - first brought to
light a decade ago.

Of five major types of serious hospital-related infections, rates of
illnesses increased for three, one showed no progress, and one showed a
decline. As many as 98,000 people a year die from medical errors, and
preventable infections - along with medication mixups- are a significant
part of the problem. MSNBC"

More on http://dagblog.com/reader-blogs/my-m...-morning-15610

Folks, this is what PeeJay wants us to have as health care system!

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Old December 6th, 2012, 07:34 PM posted to soc.retirement,alt.activism.death-penalty,uk.politics.misc,fr.soc.politique,rec.travel.europe
EvelynVogtGamble(Divamanque)
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Default The panacea of Merkin healthcare



Reneguerton wrote:
"My Mom passed away this morning

She did not die of cancer or a heart attack or a stroke. She did not
have diabetes or any other disease. Some high BP but that is all. And
she did not die of natural causes.
NO she died from the most likely cause these days after entering a
hospital. She died of a hospital acquired infection.

Most likely CDIFF. She went in for a hip fracture. A common enough
situation for an elderly person. But the out come has become far, far
too common these days. As you can see from this piece from The Atlantic,
you have a 1 in 17 chance of dying from an infection in a hospital.

The Health and Human Services department's 2009 quality report to
Congress found "very little progress" on eliminating hospital-acquired
infections and called for "urgent attention" to address the shortcomings
- first brought to light a decade ago.

Of five major types of serious hospital-related infections, rates of
illnesses increased for three, one showed no progress, and one showed a
decline. As many as 98,000 people a year die from medical errors, and
preventable infections - along with medication mixups- are a significant
part of the problem. MSNBC"

More on http://dagblog.com/reader-blogs/my-m...-morning-15610

Folks, this is what PeeJay wants us to have as health care system!


That's why most of us consider Peejay a clueless moron and have
him/her/it in our kill-files!
 




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