Adinochka, skip😊Love your group, and decided to tell his story. I apologize in advance for the manner of storytelling and a lot of letters. Great respect for the medical profession. What a pity that not all doctors are good people. Story:I’m a girl. Me (at the time) 23 years. Just married, no children. Summer, July. Ordinary day. Around lunch notice on the right eye glare (from lights). Do not attach importance to it. An hour, two, three… Night. It does not pass. (For reference: the vision in my life was perfect). Next morning, Sunday. Blik is not passed. What to do? I called the clinic, describe the situation, it gives the number of urban eye care. Call: “Come.” Going, food. The Department reminded the emergency room, only eye. In the queue people with clouding after welding, metal shavings or sawdust, and a lot of it. Led the receiving head. Department: adult, rude woman. But to me she seemed to be a great professional. Looks at me and gives like a thunderbolt from the sky: the thrombosis… began retinal detachment, filling with fluid. At the time of inspection for eye around 40%…I’m confused. Ask: is it fixable?…She told me (using a judgmental tone): We have to save what is left. I’m terrified…they say fill in the map and in the hospital. Ask permission to bring things the next morning (Sunday, still will not do anything). Permits. What was going on with me these 18-20 hours will not describe… Monday Morning, come to things in the hospital. Put. Take tests, invite to the inspection. I know that the doctor who looked me in the eve – went this day to leave. Well. Instead, a young, nice girl. Well and good. Sit down, tied the conversation:All the usual. Questions and answers…the Forecasts are not comforting, But the result of this conversation I will never forget…”I: And because of what such could happen?D: (easily) Well the main causes are old age, severe stress, diabetes or autoimmune…”I’m a teacher. And steadily going through the full med. inspection. The logical chain was going in my head for a second: I’m 23, diabetes I’m certainly not (if he suddenly I would have noticed…) and the stress was not strong… so…I Have the ground from under the feet…How? How can so easily say such a thing?… As the verdict…the Tests are in three days. These three days were the scariest of my life. And the most creepy was how I presented this info…On the result of the income test none of the suggested diagnoses were not confirmed. Next was a CT and MRI… But again, all normal. “The disease is not detected”. Healthy. Prick injections, give aspirin…Sight, to the surprise of all the doctors, began to recover in the second week of hospitalization. Although all claimed that the eye is almost blind. Later, a doctor from another hospital said to me that the body “healed itself”. Now the vision “100%”. However, I want to Express my gratitude to all med. the staff involved in my recovery, and all the Doctors! Thank You for our lives!But that day in that exam room and speaking with the doctor I will never forget…PS Make a photo snapshot. For those who know – everything will become clear. For ordinary people – in my eyes “R”.
Traditions. Knowledge. Progress – Convention. Knowledge. Development! Do you know whose slogan? First MSMU n. a. I. M. Sechenov, who was and remains the driver of our medicine. It is not only cultivate the personnel for the hospitals and clinics in the city, but still have the Institute of electronic med. education to improve the […]
urgently, Urgently! Quick, quick! Raced, came. Well as well. Call the first category of urgency. And the reason for the call: a 35 year-old man shot his member. Come in, see that the bathroom is in front of the mirror stands a young man with his hands held over his crotch. Examined, bandaged. Member something […]
This seemed to me that this manual is passed from one family to another, though a little on the principle of broken telephone, where each added something of their own. In the intensive care unit where I worked had a couple of weeks without admission of patients with burns, mostly somewhere near eighty percent were […]
– 3дравствуй, Alex. The doctor entered the room and smiled warmly to the patient. “Hello,” happy young man sitting on the edge of the bed, what might your name be? Where is uncle nick? – Nikolai Ivanovich today. My name is Gregory Pavlovich. He asked me today to replace it and to talk to you. […]
Propose to equate the ambulance crew to the police. In the case of attacks on secours crews to treat this as an attack on a police officer on duty. Even in the 90s such lawlessness was not! People! Take care of doctors! In addition they torn your fucking head no one will sew a flag […]
it Was six years ago, I was 14, fell in the children’s town, ribs on the rail. A friend was taking him home (I live far away), soothing. I don’t feel anything, but her grandmother forcing me to agree to call an ambulance. Agreed, when the shock went away and I started having pains in […]