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Deputy Health DG: 'Stretcher incident' did not cause death of patient
 

Deputy Health DG: 'Stretcher incident' did not cause death of patient

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The Health Ministry of Malaysia has concluded that the 'stretcher incident' that linked faulty ambulance stretcher wheels and failure to strap a patient in with the death of the accident victim was not responsible for his death.
 
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22 Sep 2016 - General
 
If evidence show that the initial head injuries did the fatal damage, then we cannot argue with the facts. They cannot be held liable for the life that was lost, as well. Unfortunately, there is still the subject of negligence and if the family of th...
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I just realized I said Singapore in my earlier post. I meant Malaysia. Jemelyn Mae Sodusta: Definitely we cannot blame the family if they want to pursue a lawsuit because of this. The hospi...
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That is the downside of the having less budget for health care facilities. I agree with what Dc. Jennifer Winter said. That Malaysia and Philippines faces same status in terms of lacking i...
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That is quite interesting. So let's say that the falling off the stretcher really did not aggravate the case of Mr. Yu, the fact that the equipment is faulty needs to be further investigated. I understand the plight of government hospitals as the...
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Even if the 2 incidents did not contribute directly to the patient's death, there should still be some sort of response from the hospital regarding this. While the patient may already have received fatal injuries before the stretcher incidents, i...
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