Device was towed to the leg at the hospital

The disease does not look rich or poor; poverty is very painful anyway. From where the costs of treatment and treatment are made in the name of sorry trust, these hospitals save millions of rupees tax as a trust but they do not want to spend it on poor treatment

In the days of a loved one in the last days, some scenes that are not possible to forget. Sadly, our hospitals are turning into human slaughterhouses where not only patients are being slaughtered but humanity is being slaughtered. Our dear ones who had complained of shortness of breath, went to a private hospital on Shaheed-e-Millat Road where they were admitted to the CCU immediately after the doctor examined them. After depositing the required amount, a temporary pacemaker (TPM) was inserted into the patient’s leg and we were told that the patient’s heartbeat is very low. After the angiography, you will find out what the problems are.

After completion of the angiography, it was reported that the patient has three arteries of the heart, two of which are 80% and the third is slightly lower. Now we are told that you have two paths, one bypass the other, otherwise we will open the artery by injecting and placing the artery in the arteries, which will improve the blood flow and make the heart rate normal. Will With all of this in mind, we were told that in the twenty-four hours that you decide to have a bypass or an immediate appointment, because the patient was at least 80 years of age, we had difficulty deciding to bypass. Because of this we decided to go to other hospitals and it was decided that the patient should be shifted to another good hospital for further treatment when we informed the hospital administration about the decision to transfer. We have to remove the TPM that we put in the patient’s leg Which would be extremely dangerous. If we want to take our patient to NICVD, the hospital administration has agreed that you will be accompanied by an ambulance hospital staff member who transferred our TPM patient after transfer to another hospital. Remove the leg. The talk was reasonable and understandable, so we agreed. But the problem here was that some time ago the patient was taken to NICVD for some kind of inconvenience, where he was treated in a chair for several hours in a state of distress. That was a traumatic experience. Because our patient was not ready to go. Will bring out The talk was reasonable and understandable, so we agreed. But the problem here was that some time ago the patient was taken to NICVD for some kind of inconvenience, where he was treated in a chair for several hours in a state of distress. That was a traumatic experience. Because our patient was not ready to go. Will bring out The talk was reasonable and understandable, so we agreed. But the problem here was that some time ago the patient was taken to NICVD for some kind of inconvenience, where he was treated in a chair for several hours in a state of distress. That was a traumatic experience. Because our patient was not ready to go.

However, in view of all this situation, the rehabilitation force decided that further treatment should be done at the same hospital. After this decision, a further Rs.3 lakh was asked to be deposited. Now we were obliged, so this money was also deposited. Now the next morning was to have plastids open the arteries and the instants were swallowed. But the arteries have become thin enough that it can’t insert the instants because the smallest artery has become smaller than the smallest size in size. We will now keep the patient in care for 48 hours and then suspend the TPM and see if the heartbeat remains normal and the hospital will be discharged. On the one hand, it was surprising to us that even after doing angiography with advanced technology, doctors did not know that arteries What is the size of the size? Can they be thrown Instant or not? On the other hand, it was surprising how many tests did not go, how many X-rays were done until the patient said I was feeling some pain in his stomach. Was also asked to have an ultrasound. We have often felt that there are more treatments available and treatments are increasing exponentially. Well, after 48 hours, we were told that we had suspended TPM (temporary battery) and that the patient’s heartbeat was not normal. Now they need to have a permanent pacemaker (PPM). It was our obligation to apply M. Going into the billing department and finding out how much money we have left because the stunts are not paid, we were told that the instances were not paid or that the packages were georges which were to be paid in short. But we have to deposit another sixteen thousand rupees more All these things were very entertaining. Now we were completely stuck, helpless, and the patient was at the mercy of the hospital.

This helplessness and compulsion also forced us to decide that you should apply PPM. To apply a permanent pacemaker, the device is inserted into the skin by making a small cut on the left side of the patient’s chest, with wires supporting the heart’s chamber through the veins. We were told that the patient would need a chamber pacemaker. We agreed to have a pace maker at eleven in the morning and by four o’clock in the evening hundreds of times asking us to tell us how much the money maker device package is so that we can manage the money and avoid any further delay. Sadly no one had pity. An old man sitting on the billing continued to lie that our money maker was not contacting the supply company. What kind of company it was and what kind of hospital administration that was not contacting the company in daylight and office hours. Most horrible and sad The thing was, despite having a heart disease hospital, it did not have this important device where many patients would be required to carry it without going to the hospital daily. When, after much debate, we told them that you asked for a peacemaker from another hospital, we were told that our contract was from Liaquat National Hospital and there was no device there. We do not have a contract with any hospital, including the rest of the NICVD.

So far the situation was forcing us to lose patience. On one side we were worried, on the other hand, the condition of the patient was deteriorating as it had been four days now. Straight-cropped crotches are not allowed. Finally the patience was lost and now we had to tighten our tone and put pressure on the hospital administration to reveal the fact that what was happening was concluded that we were told that the company was not emailed. That phone, he was constantly lying that we are contacting the pacemaker supply company over the phone which is not happening. We are now told that the company has told them that Peacemakers come from the US where the lockdown is due to Corona and the company does not have stock, so it may take more than a week for the device to arrive. Now we are convinced that there is no cure Business is being done to make as much money as possible. It was also estimated that at the time of payment of the money, we also made a pay order.

Now we had to evacuate the patient in any case. Now, staying here was the equivalent of death and financial loss. We had a history of treating the patient so far, including what device they needed. We immediately gave him a copy of the history report to his nephew at the hospital to know immediately when he went to the hospital. Another copy was sent to his cousin to find out from NICVD and NMC. That we took the report and contacted Liaquat Nashik and Aga Khan Hospital. After a lot of running, we received a satisfactory response from the NMC. Thank God the doctor who owns a well-qualified and sophisticated personality said, “Bring you in immediately. We have seen the patient’s history. We have a device available and I will do the operation myself.” Johnny baby found millions. We thank God immediately after paying all expenses for this hospital The patient was discharged and an ambulance called a hospital staff member to remove his TPM from the leg of the patient upon arrival at the hospital. After spending the most difficult day in the morning, we brought our patient to NMC at around 9pm. After coming here, we got to hear the same customary thing to collect Rs.25,000 to start treatment. We were all well aware of this attitude of the hospitals, ready for it. The money was submitted for a thirty-minute operation and a pacemaker was installed and the patient was allowed to go home the next day. Treatment can be initiated. We were all well aware of this attitude of the hospitals, ready for it. The money was submitted for a thirty-minute operation and a pacemaker was installed and the patient was allowed to go home the next day. Treatment can be initiated. We were all well aware of this attitude of the hospitals, ready for it. The money was submitted for a thirty-minute operation, a pacemaker was applied and the patient was allowed to go home the next day.

Most readers must have read an incident of leg-banging in the homeland, but the incident of robbing a device on the leg may not have passed before their visions. That made me think a lot. How insensitive we are going? Thanks to Allah, these were the conditions and problems but there was a cure. The disease does not look rich or poor; poverty is very painful anyway. From where the costs of treatment and treatment are made in the name of sorry trust, these hospitals save millions of rupees tax as a trust but they do not want to spend it on poor treatment.

The government is also lacking in why it does not check entities that are specific to the treatment of a disease, but do not have the necessary tools associated with it. Such institutions take the benefit of the government in the name of trust but do not facilitate the people. It is imperative that the details of all such entities be collected and banned so that if they seek support from the government, they will have to facilitate the public in return, or they will have to do business with human lives. Vigorous action should be taken against

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