[The hospital responded that the child with fever was turned away by the nurse: misbehaving, suspended from work]

April 25, Zhengzhou, Henan. Some parents said that children with fever went to a hospital and were turned away by the nurse in the rescue room responsible for nucleic acid testing. The front desk staff asked medical staff to do nucleic acid in the rescue room. The doctors on duty in the rescue room did not open the door for a long time, and there were elderly people waiting to see a doctor outside the door. The hospital in question responded that the nurse was suspended for improper handling; it also understood that the nurse had postpartum depression, and arranged for evaluation and intervention.

The content of this news has too little information, and I suspect it is distorted, so it is difficult to judge. A few questions: 1. The nurse in the rescue room measures nucleic acid? Pull it down, you have to go to the fever clinic to test the nucleic acid, and arrange for the nurse in the emergency room to test it. This is unlikely. 2. Is the rescue room for parents to enter as soon as they want? Not! This is the place where patients are rescued. If patients come to the emergency department, they need to go through the nurse’s triage first. Those in critical condition go to the rescue room. Ordinary emergency patients go to the ordinary emergency department and do not need to go to the emergency department to see the outpatient department. If everyone goes to the rescue room and fills up the rescue room, then the real emergency patient comes, how to rescue it? If you are morally perfect, please stop here! Because each of us may get sick, or even suddenly become seriously ill, maintaining the order of the emergency room involves everyone’s vital interests! 3. Should the child have a fever, should he enter the rescue room? If you just have a fever, you definitely shouldn’t! I’ve talked about this question a long time ago, and I’ll talk about it again today. Warm reminder: What I am going to talk about below is scientific knowledge, science is science, facts are facts, and morality is perfect. Otherwise, I must go back, that’s it! 1. Causes of fever There are many reasons why children have fever. Generally speaking, we are divided into two categories: The first category is infectious fever. In other words, there are external enemies such as bacteria and viruses invading our body, causing the body to react and causing fever. In this pneumonia epidemic, the fever caused by the new coronavirus is of this type. Common children’s tonsillitis, pneumonia, meningitis, tuberculosis, measles, chickenpox and other infectious diseases, etc., are all of this category. The fever of most children is infectious fever. The second category is non-infectious fever. The characteristic of this category is that there are many kinds of diseases, but not many children have fever due to this. For example: rheumatic fever, leukemia, and the relatively common Kawasaki disease, and so on. There are so many reasons that can cause fever, and their early performance is similar. So, we are all “quacks”, really. In the early stages of fever, almost no doctor can accurately say the cause of the fever, because although we have a good medical knowledge, we have never learned fortune-telling. 2. Is fever, especially high fever, a serious condition? The severity of the child’s condition cannot be reflected solely on the basis of high fever temperature, long duration, and the therapeutic effect of antipyretic drugs. In other words, whether the temperature of the fever is high, whether the fever is 3 days or 5 days, and the effect of anti-fever medicines are not proportional to the severity of the disease. The indicator of whether to seek medical attention is not only the temperature, but other conditions of the child are also very important. The following points should be paid close attention to by parents: 1. Fever of a baby, especially within 6 months; 2. Poor mental condition, listlessness; or reluctance to eat; 3. Difficulty or rapid breathing; 4. Skin bruising, Pale, gray, spot-like; or visible rash; 5. crying constantly; 6. oliguria. and many more. The younger we are, the more we must be cautious. 3. Will fever cause pneumonia and even burn out the child’s brain? Obviously, fever does not produce pneumonia, but fever may occur with pneumonia. No explanation for this. The point is that fever does not cause brain damage! This sentence is not what I said casually, but a quote from Uptodate, an authoritative international medical community. This is already a medical conclusion. However, some children have convulsions when they have a fever. Why? In medicine, it is called febrile convulsion. In other words, convulsions may occur when a child has a fever, which we call febrile convulsions. It has several characteristics: 1. The age of onset is 3 months to 5 years old. There are also those whose onset is outside this age group, which is called complex febrile seizures. 2. Convulsions occur suddenly when the body temperature is above 38 degrees Celsius. 3. The onset of most febrile seizures does not exceed 10 minutes. The cause of febrile seizures is still unclear, but it is related to the child’s brain development and genetic factors. Take care to prevent the child from being traumatized during the attack, and do not use the method of “pinching people”, it is useless and may irritate the child. Many parents believe that since febrile seizures are caused by fever, can the occurrence of febrile seizures be prevented by retreating the fever in time when the child has a fever? Can’t! my country’s most authoritative literature on children’s fever, the “Evidence-Based Guidelines for the Diagnosis and Management of Several Issues in Acute Fever of Unknown Etiology in Children between 0 and 5 Years Old in China”, clearly points out this point. Although fever does not affect the brain, will febrile seizures affect the brain and hurt the nerves? Don’t worry, the scientific community has not found definitive evidence for this. A large number of studies have denied this view: a. Studies have shown that 1 month after the first febrile seizure and 1 year later, the children’s performance in cognition, motor ability, and adaptive behavior is related to There is no change from normal children. b. In a National Collaborative Perinatal Project (NCPP) study in the United States, even children with febrile seizures for more than 30 minutes (except for children with epilepsy) did not develop permanent dyskinesia, nor did they show up Impairment of intellectual development. c. Similar studies have been conducted in the United Kingdom and Denmark, and the results are consistent. 4. When should the fever be reduced and how should it be reduced? In most cases, fever is a beneficial physiological mechanism. When the temperature rises appropriately, it can slow down the growth and replication of some bacteria and viruses, and enhance their own immune function. However, when the temperature is too high, above 40 degrees Celsius, the above effects are not obvious or even the opposite. Fever can also accelerate the body’s metabolism and increase the consumption of oxygen. For normal children, this will generally not have any serious impact, but for children with abnormal cardiopulmonary function, it may be harmful. Since fever is not harmful to most children, why do we need to reduce fever? Some parents say that children feel uncomfortable when they have a fever! Yes, every parent should have experienced fever, and know that fever is uncomfortable. For most children, the main effect of fever is discomfort, that is, feeling uncomfortable. Therefore, our purpose of reducing fever is mainly to alleviate the discomfort caused by the child’s fever. Moreover, we need to know: the first choice for antipyretics is oral antipyretics. What medicine should I use? There are only two antipyretics recommended by the World Health Organization (WHO) for children: one is acetaminophen, which is taken orally at a dose of 15 mg/kg each time, and the shortest interval between two medications is 6 hours. The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that children under 3 months do not use acetaminophen. The second is ibuprofen. The dose of ibuprofen is 10mg/kg each time, and the shortest interval between two administrations is 6-8 hours. Do not use ibuprofen for children under 6 months. The antipyretic effect and safety of ibuprofen and acetaminophen are similar. Paracetamol combined with ibuprofen is not recommended for children’s fever, nor is it recommended to alternate acetaminophen and ibuprofen for children’s fever. The safety of medication is related to the healthy growth of children. Other antipyretic drugs for children, such as aspirin, analgin, nimesulide, etc., should not be used by children. It should be noted that even the two drugs, acetaminophen and ibuprofen, are not completely safe. Studies have pointed out that the risk of gastrointestinal bleeding is about 17/100,000; the use of ibuprofen to reduce fever in children with hypovolemia increases the chance of renal damage; the use of ibuprofen when chickenpox occurs, the risk of group A streptococcus infection Has increased. Therefore, medication should be used with caution, please follow the doctor’s advice. 5. Summary A large number of studies have shown that, both at home and abroad, most parents believe that fever is harmful. No matter the cause or effect of fever, treatment or antipyretic is needed. Therefore, Uptodate clearly pointed out: the need to educate patients, their parents and caregivers to change these concepts. The main content of education includes: fever is not a disease, but a physiological response. In otherwise healthy children, if the cause of fever is clear and fluid loss has been replenished, most fever is benign and self-limiting; fever does not cause brain damage. If you have signs of a serious illness, you should consult a healthcare professional. There is no evidence that fever makes the condition worse. The initial measures to lower children’s body temperature include more fluids and reduced activity. If children feel unwell, they may need to use antipyretics to treat fever. The lowered body temperature of the child after treatment with antipyretics does not help determine whether it is a bacterial or viral infection. Children who are undergoing fever treatment do not need to wake them up to receive antipyretic treatment. Children who are receiving antipyretic drugs should no longer use cough and cold compound preparations, which often contain antipyretic drugs; simultaneous administration of compound preparations and antipyretic drugs may cause accidental overdose. Antipyretic drugs should be administered according to body weight, not age. The above points are the authoritative views of the current international medical community. Moms and dads can take a closer look, if they encounter a fever in the future, they may not be so anxious. If you have any doubts about the content of this article, please consult the following references yourself. References: [1] Luo Shuanghong, Shu Min, etc., Evidence-based guidelines for the diagnosis and management of several problems in acute fever of unknown etiology in children aged 0 to 5 years in China (standard edition). Chinese Journal of Evidence-Based Pediatrics 2016, 11(4): 81-95 .[2] Nesse RM, Williams GC.Evolution and Healing. London:Phoenix; 1994.[3] World Health Organization.Pocket book of hospital care for children: guidelines for the management of commonchildhood illnesses-2nd ed. 2013.[4 ]Losko SM. The safety of ibuprofen suspensionin children. Int J Clin Pract Suppl. 2003, (135): 50-53. [5]Leaffer EB, Hinton VJ, Hesdorffer DC. Longitudinal assessment of skill development in children with first febrile seizure. Epilepsy Behav 2013; 28:83.[6]Martinos MM, Yoong M , Patil S, et al. Recognition memory is impaired in children after prolonged febrile seizures. Brain 2012; 135:3153.[7]Verity CM, Greenwood R, Golding J. Long-term intellectual and behavioral outcomes of children with febrile convulsions. N Engl J Med 1998; 338:1723. [8]Nørgaard M, Ehrenstein V, Mahon BE, et al. Febrile seizures and cognitive function in young adult life: a prevalence study in Danish conscripts. J Pediatr 2009; 155:404. [9] Uptodate. Pathophysiology and treatment of fever in infants and children.

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helpmekim
5 months ago

The nurses are too miserable, and the postpartum depression is even worse, and they have to use them anytime. According to a statement provided by the Propaganda Department of the Party Committee of the hospital on April 25, after investigation, the family members of the patient knocked on the door violently, the voice was loud, the nurse did not dare to open the door and there was a simple and rude behavior in speech and attitude, resulting in poor communication . It is understood that during this period, the nurse on duty called to contact the doctor and told the family that he was contacting the doctor and would need to wait a while. About 5 minutes later, the doctor on duty went to the scene to inspect the child, asked the family members about the epidemiological history, and preliminarily ruled out the new crown. The nurse on duty also came out of the rescue room and performed nucleic acid sampling for the child in accordance with the doctor’s order. After 14 minutes, the child was assigned to the pediatric emergency department for symptomatic treatment. The statement stated that the nurse involved did not take more effective communication measures during the period of duty, and there was a problem of improper behavior handling. It was also learned that the nurse involved had a history of medical treatment and short-term medication due to depression after giving birth in 2019. However, this situation has not been reported to the department or the nursing department, and the relevant departments have not received any feedback. In response, the hospital has arranged a psychiatric clinic for the nurse to conduct psychological evaluation and intervention. At present, the hospital has decided to suspend the nurse. (Source: The Paper) I understand that in the emergency department, in theory, when a patient enters the emergency room, it needs to be guided and triaged, and the doctor will send it after diagnosis. This family is very strange, the child has a fever, why he rushed directly to the rescue room. What is even more strange is that not only are the doctors not on duty, but also not on duty for triage, but they also need to call the nurse on duty in the emergency room? Even if I call, I still don’t come after calling for so long? Why does the patient say for an hour and respond by saying 5 minutes after the call? Where did the doctor go so long before the call? The door was smashed and there was no security to maintain order? Doesn’t have a general duty to deal with the problem? The emergency department itself is a place that races against time. There is such a serious off-duty behavior. In the end, this pot needs a nurse to learn it? Did you even pull up the “postpartum depression”? In the opinion of an old nurse who has worked for many years, she would never dare and would not do it without any instructions. The excuse of postpartum depression is really good. Everyone knows that the composition of medical care is more than just nurses. Nothing is good. Everything is the responsibility of nurses. If there is no nurse, you have to find something from the nurse. Can’t afford to bear it, Chinese nurses are too difficult.

heloword
5 months ago

The gourd monk convicted the gourd case, and the bottom layer was finally back. There are too many doubts here. First, the incident occurred in the emergency room, that is, in the emergency department. If the child comes to see a doctor, but does not go to the fever clinic to go to the emergency department, it should be registered by the machine or mobile phone, and then the nurse will be triaged, and then the doctor will see it. This is just a fever. What is going on in the emergency room inexplicably? Are all the previous positions empty? Second, the news said that the family members smashed the door at the door for 15 minutes and waited for an hour, but the hospital said that they would arrive five minutes after the call. Even if it takes five minutes, what doctor would call it five minutes? Is it the deep seat of Miaomu Mountain? Go to the toilet? If you urinate, have you used it for so long? Stool? I’ve been so long, so I don’t want to explain it to other doctors? There is no emergency measure? Third, in a big hospital, all the emergency department personnel have disappeared? Let a nurse who suffers from postpartum depression be responsible? No security, no overall duty? No one in charge? We know that the emergency department is not easy to do, but it is a problem of ability if it is not good, and it is a problem of attitude if there is no individual. In summary, the processing is simple, and the pan is thrown quickly, in order to quickly reduce the impact. But this pot, a nurse can’t afford it!

sina156
5 months ago

There are four questions that I haven’t figured out: 1. Even if this nurse really has postpartum depression, why did he receive so many patients in one night and did not get sick? It happened that he fell ill while receiving this child with fever. Our nurse was in a good mood when he took over. , How did you become depressed when you met the family and the child? What kind of behaviors of parents and children induced depression on nurses is worthy of further investigation. 2. The family members said it took one hour to shoot the door, and the hospital reported that the doctor arrived in five minutes. The time difference was so great. This is also one of the doubts of this incident. 3. The nursing department of the hospital did not grasp the health information of the employees, causing the employees to take up their jobs with illnesses, leading to conflicts between doctors and patients. Is it reasonable to only deal with the employees involved and not the leaders? 4. A nurse who was originally depressed, under pathological conditions, made improper actions (let’s say it), why should he be deducted bonuses and disqualified for advanced evaluation?

yahoo898
5 months ago

The nurse is the man behind the pot, whoever says the time issue is different, so let’s not talk about it. Let me just talk about the current situation of the epidemic, in accordance with the requirements of the Health Commission, the hospital has been in a state of epidemic control and has never stopped. Some people may think that the epidemic is over. In fact, the concentrated areas of susceptible people such as hospitals and schools are far from stopping control. That is: go to the fever clinic for fever, and no nucleic acid test in other places is not accepted in special circumstances. The fever clinic is sufficient to handle most of the emergency department. Who ran directly to the rescue room? But anyone who has gone to the emergency department to see a doctor can’t do this. Such things, don’t you know where to go to the pre-inspection triage station to get the number for triage? You didn’t have a triage but who had a fever who let you into the emergency room? Fever is not a serious illness that needs to be rescued. If you have a fever, can you get in with a sprain? Can you get in with stones? You can plug all diseases into the rescue room. What about those people who really need to be rescued? Put it aside and wait for death? Clear the scene first and then come to the rescue? Who is the one who died if the rescue time was delayed? Everyone who forcibly seized the rescue room: Of course it was the fault of your doctors and nurses. It was our fault that you did not rescue people? It was the nurse, The nurse didn’t take the rescue seriously and even came to tell us about it. I heard that the Central Hospital had ruined nurses very badly. Now I see that it’s true that the nurse is worse than Dou E. If you let someone in, oh oh. , Illegal epidemic management regulations and emergency room management regulations do not allow people to enter, oh roar, suspension of work and repeat what I have said many times in other places. Some people talk to nurses and even doctors every day in the hospital. After leaving the hospital, the nurses took off their white coats, and they were afraid to put one in China. People who can get into a bachelor’s degree must not become a nurse. If you can’t support yourself, you have to be a nurse and be ruined. If you graduated from a vocational high school and went to Foxconn, you can get seven or eight thousand for the work intensity of a nurse. At Foxconn, no one scolds you. When you are a nurse, everyone in the hospital can step on you and you have to hold a smiling face. Social status is better than going out to sell. When it comes to nurses or part-time workers in the factory, I don’t know which one is more looked down upon. You memorize a book that is more than one meter high + constantly risking occupational exposure + patient abuse + doctor’s superiority and despise + low social status + chess pieces that can be abandoned by the hospital at any time + work days without breaks Training, assessment, lectures and examinations + day and night reverse work and rest + difficulties in the nursing department + salary that is not low but not worthy of payment + career path with no room for improvement, why bother? There are many undergraduates in China, and there are very few undergraduates. You just don’t have to choose other majors. Pick and choose, it’s not difficult to find a job with up to 5k. Doing a job of 1w with a salary of 5k, and doing a job of 40,000 with a salary of 1w. Is the former not fragrant? Finally, I advise some people to be human Rely on your conscience. If your conscience is eaten by a dog, stay at home and don’t go to the hospital to do harm to others.

helpyme
5 months ago

What annoys me the most is the box “Insufficient communication”. Many complaints in the hospital are actually handled by doctors and nurses without problems. They are all punished for “insufficient communication”. Some people are born with perverted personalities, dead brains, and self-respect, and some people even know how to pretend to find faults deliberately. How can medical professionals be guaranteed to be able to explain to their family members? And there is a detail in it. “Family knocked on the door violently.” Family members are already very excited, how to communicate effectively? And the current doctor-patient conflicts are so great, especially in the face of pediatric patients, the rate of beatings by nurses remains high. A little girl of mine was in the room, and she slapped the door fiercely outside. The doctor was not there, and the patient couldn’t deal with it if she came in. If she couldn’t deal with it, she would be beaten. The courage must not dare to open the door. Perhaps two days ago, the hospital had just organized training on medical troubles. There was a case in which the doctor was blocked by a group of patients’ family members in a room in the emergency department and hacked to death (real case). However, the hospital only suspended the nurses, not dismissed them. I am still very pleased with this.

leexin
5 months ago

First, why do pediatric patients go to the emergency room for treatment? Where are the people who are registered for triage? Second, if the fever patient walks around at will, what are the pre-check personnel doing? What are the requirements for epidemic prevention and control? Third, according to national requirements, can the site for nucleic acid testing be in the rescue room? How does the hospital implement national policies? Fourth, according to the report, the emergency room is responsible for adults and is not qualified to treat children. The hospital has a special emergency department for pediatrics, so why should the nurse be punished? A nurse in the adult department, without the conditions, without medical advice, and without protective measures, takes nucleic acid from a child with fever. If it is a new crown patient, can you say that she can bear this responsibility? The hospital’s pre-examination and triage were chaotic, the epidemic prevention and control work was poor, and the work process was basically lacking. The main responsibility of the leader was to let a nurse pay the bill.

greatword
5 months ago

There are too many slots. Shouldn’t patients with fever stay in the fever clinic and wait for the nucleic acid to come out before triage? Asked about the medical history and sent it away? Taking a step back, if children have fever to exclude the new crown, shouldn’t they directly connect to the buffer ward of the pediatric department? Directly led by the fever clinic nurse. Nucleic acid should be collected directly in the fever clinic. Nucleic acid samples should be placed in a constant temperature sample box and sent to the laboratory by special personnel. Family members go to the emergency room for nucleic acid?

loveyou
5 months ago

I will also analyze a wave. Improper, please advise. I don’t agree with Gao Zan’s statement that the doctor’s arrival is slow. According to the official announcement, it is clear that 4.55 family members arrive at the fever clinic, and the doctor will arrive in five minutes (that is, 5.00) and ask about the condition. The 14 minutes later mentioned here refers to the calculation from 4.55. In 14 minutes from beginning to end, the doctor completed the operation of being present and asking about the medical history. I think the speed is not too slow. If it is an attitude issue, I agree that it is an attitude issue of the hospital management, but I do not agree that it is an attitude issue of doctors and nurses. I don’t want to go too far here. I always say that it’s the workers’ fault, and each one understands and pretends to be confused. The medical staff must be righteous, selfless, and meticulous. I dare say that the work of most medical staff is worthy of salary. I guess after a while, someone will wash the floor: medical resources are in short supply, hospitals cannot make ends meet, and there is no way to increase expenditures, so they cannot hire more medical staff. hetui~Postpartum depression in 2019 means that the nurse is married and gave birth to a child. It must have been after 3 years of rotation. There was only one nurse in the rescue room at that time. He should have passed the assessment (about 3 to 6 months) and could be on duty independently. Simply think that this nurse has a college degree (undergraduate nurses suffer too much, and most of the nurses still have a college degree), so when they graduate, take an average of 20 years old. In addition to the 3-year rotation, after giving birth to work for more than 1 year, it is estimated that it is 2 years. Then in 21 years, the nurse should be at least 25 years old. Only bigger than this, not smaller than this. I have been at work for at least 4 or 5 years, and I will encounter everything that should be encountered, but I must have done something wrong with this time. Can the door be locked all the time? You can say that you are scared, afraid of medical troubles. But this is certainly not a normal operating procedure. Now the information given on the Internet is not enough. For example, there is no video of a child’s family knocking on the door. Whether the situation at that time was very scary is not known. If it is really fierce, then it is scared. It is excusable and wrong, but it is not so serious. Because it involves sensitive topics, such as children, illness, doctor-patient disputes, smashing the door, staying behind closed doors, depression, etc., these focus vocabularies have attracted the attention of the public. There is a mistake in this matter, but it is not a big mistake. Who has been making waves and making waves again? To say a bad thing, someone deliberately hurt so and so, the country has legal sanctions, there are strict sentencing. If someone deliberately misrepresented and caused a very bad influence on such and such and such and such and such and such and such and such and such and such and such and such and such and such and such and such and such and such and such and such and such and such and such and such and such and such can be brought into civil litigation, if there is real hammer evidence, it can be handed over to his unit for handling. If the handling is not handled or the handling is unsatisfactory, seek other channels, including but not Limited to the media, the Health Commission, etc. Who has always wanted to calm the incident, who has always wanted to do things? The media is really disgusting now, and always uses the most drastic means to solve the problem. Is adding fuel to the fire to solve the problem? Did the hospital not give the person a handling opinion? Did not appease the family members of the children and apologize? I’ll spray again when I’m full!

strongman
5 months ago

This question, let’s make a bubble first, let’s first conclude that there are indeed problems when nurses communicate with patients. The whole process of this incident can be said to be staged every day in major children’s hospitals. The child had a fever and was registered in the emergency department. It was found that there were 100 people in front, but the child had a fever of 38, which was not up to the urgent standard. So the parents began to discuss with the staff and exaggerated the condition. The emergency staff saw such a parent and saw such a troublesome condition, so they turned away and went to the rescue room. When the parents came to the rescue room, the nurse in the rescue room understood the true condition at a glance and informed that they did not meet the standards of the rescue room. The parents expressed their incomprehension, and began to beat and make trouble, so the doctor finally admitted to the rescue room with a calm attitude. This process is performed every day in the rescue room, but the hospital’s attitude is indeed intriguing. Nurses are the first contact with patients, and verbal communication is always the first priority. However, when facing difficult patients, they always use attitude issues as the last reason for complaints. The patient’s request for a plus was unsuccessful, and the nurse had a problematic attitude. The patient asked to be the first to see a doctor, and the nurse had a problem with her attitude. The last unlucky one who is unreasonably requested by the patient is always the nurse. Is the attitude question about agreeing to any request of the patient? In conclusion, it is obvious that patients are now deliberately making things difficult for nurses in order to achieve personal goals. The hospital also uses methods that it feels reasonable to protect the nurses. But what about this parent? I really want to know if he can go straight into the rescue room with a cold and fever in the future, and all illnesses can go straight into the rescue room, saying, I don’t care, I was here last time, and this time I will also see a doctor here.

stockin
5 months ago

What is the penalty for this parent for smashing the door for 15 minutes? Are you detained? Is it fined? To maintain the doctor-patient relationship, we should not simply criticize and squeeze doctors and nurses, but we must maintain a fair system. The hospital can only manage doctors and nurses. Sometimes after some minor problems are infinitely magnified, the doctors and nurses can only be convicted and confessed. What is the result of this? It is the doctors and nurses who have to take many risks that they shouldn’t. For a job that is hard work and has to bear many additional social risks, few people will do it. Then the number of doctors and nurses will naturally decrease. Then the doctor-patient relationship worsened. The problem of doctors and patients, to put it bluntly, is still the problem of relatively insufficient medical needs compared with the infinitely growing number of doctors. Let everyone be willing to study medicine and be willing to be doctors and nurses. Naturally, we must give doctors and nurses a good working environment. China has a sense of life as heaven. This is China’s emphasis on human rights and a noble humanistic sentiment. However, a child with a fever is different from a child who is about to die. The hospital has the necessary systems and rules. If there are problems with this system and rules, they should be changed. Rather than forcibly breaking the rules. The result of breaking the rules for a long time and ignoring the rules is that the honest people suffer, the rule-abiding people suffer, and the barbarians gain. It’s like everyone is queuing, and one person says he is in a hurry and has to jump in the queue. Let him jump in the queue, and the honest person will suffer. Those who break the rules must pay the price they deserve. In this case, I noticed that the patient’s family members smashed the door for 15 minutes. Should also bear the corresponding consequences instead of just passing lightly, “for the sake of the children, for the sake of saving people”. Respect the doctors and nurses, and also respect the law and the rules. For ordinary people, it is beneficial rather than harmful.

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