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After visiting a loved one in a hospital for over 40 days I can tell you I have a lower respect for both the nurses and doctors. The traveling ICU nurses were the worst. They had 2 patients to 1 nurse and all they wanted was sedated patients. They were either missing most of the time or on their phone. The second worst were the night shift nurses. They were all overpaid CNAs. God forbid if you push the nurse button at night. All I can say is I don’t think Covid killed all those patients in the hospital it was incompetence and improper standard of care. Always go to the hospital with someone that can advocate for your care. I suggest never be alone. The like to over sedate their patients. Very scary times.
Nurses don’t sedate patients without orders to do so and doctors need justification for sedating patients ????. I’m sorry you had a bad experience but nurses were not the problem. Try looking at the nonclinical leadership at the hospital and the culture they model to their staff. It’s easy to blame those on the front lines, but usually it’s a systemic problem. Shame on you for blaming Covid deaths on care providers (for blaming any viral death on any one person). You sound like a person who needs to talk to someone to help you sort out your negative feelings and bitterness. I don’t know what happened to you to make you this way, but I feel bad for you.
Covid didn’t kill all of those people in the nursing home either, it was pure negligence!!!
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