Hospitals can endanger your healthGOOD INTENTIONS A MEDICAL PARADOX.
(Hotbeds of infection.)
Dr Juan Maeso will go on trial in Valencia, on Sept 12th for having infected 276 patients with Hepatitis C.
Did he intend to do it, certainly not? Did he actually do it, probably yes? Dr Maeso is 62, and about 40 yrs ago when he set out on his medical career he was undoubtedly full of enthusiasm for a life helping and curing the sick.
What went wrong? When he was young, in the 60´s, it was the intention to wipe out various infections such as gonorrhoea, tuberculosis, etc with the use of antibiotics.
What was the result of that? The WHO declared gonorrhoea out of control in the 70´s. We now have varieties of TB that resist any control by drugs. In the 1970´s, in Australia the variety of Staphylococcus Aureus was driven, by antibiotics to mutate into Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus MRSA. An innocuous throat bacteria turned into a killer by the use of antibiotics, that compelled it to mutate.
Now it is a tacit policy that minor surgery is NOT done in hospital, but in the surgery of the local GP. Too many cases have happened where someone went into hospital for a minor op such as an in growing toenail, caught an infection and died.
Where do these infections come from? From the throats and bodies of the Doctors and Nurses, who are dedicated to curing and caring for the sick.
What does one do about a medical system that is sick?
Vioxx will not upset your stomach --- but may probably give you a heart attack .
While Using the information from the original trial Dr Aursnes and colleagues found that in 16 trials there were seven attempted suicides among people taking Seroxat, compared to one among those given a placebo.
The data, they write, when added to the information from trials of the other drugs of the class, "strongly suggests that the use of SSRIs are connected with increasing intensity per year of suicidal attempts". They make "a strong case for a conclusion, at least with a short time perspective, of an increased risk of suicidal attempts in adults taking antidepressants". Dr Aursnes obtained the original trial results from the Norwegian regulatory authority, he said. When the MHRA asked for data on suicides from GlaxoSmithKline, what they received "was not the original science". Why not!!!
walkin on 2005-08-23
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