From Wuhan and surrounding cities, fascinating personal accounts from patients, doctors and nurses. Some dying patients intentionally spitting at medical workers and exposing them to virus
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Jingli frontline medical staff Xiao Li told the Caijing reporter that the official report previously said: "preventable and controllable", "no sign passed from person to person", they did not prepare materials in time, and even did not have the necessary protection in the initial stage of receiving patients. Suddenly, a large number of fever patients poured in, and the material gap widened rapidly. Xiao Li's hospital was looking for N95 masks, goggles, and even paid for protective equipment at a high price.
Most people are not afraid of disaster, but of the unknown, but of the unknown. Many doctors don't know when they can have sufficient protective supplies, more patients don't know if they are sick, the citizens don't know if the cases are concealed, when the traffic "cities are closed," and the people don't know when the government will have new ones. Large-scale operations. As for the new type of coronavirus pneumonia that everyone is at risk, many people in the locality are unknown the source of the disease, the specific drugs are unknown, and the mode of transmission is unknown.
"I see the evil of humanity today," said the nurse.
She saw a family of four coming to see a doctor from Wuhan. They first went to a hospital in Wuhan, but the hospital said that they had no fever and were confiscated, and let them isolate and observe at home. However, the family did not listen to the doctor. They first went to another hospital in Jingzhou for an examination, confirmed the diagnosis, and notified to be isolated. As a result, the family ran away again.
"He came to our hospital again for treatment, and when he arrived, he made a lot of noise and asked the hospital to arrange for treatment immediately." But according to regulations, after the diagnosis is confirmed in other hospitals, the diagnosis needs to be reconfirmed through the Health Planning Commission. "So they started making all kinds of noise, and they didn't listen to it."
"I don't know how many people are infected along the way," Tian Mengqiu said. "I don't understand why they do it. I sometimes even suspect they are malicious, but I tell myself not to think so."
Another patient, 22, came for an examination, which was highly suspect. As a result, he ran away secretly before the test results came out. Later, the hospital arranged for security to find it, but found that the ID card was fake and the phone was not answered.
Some medical staff interviewed by Caijing said that some infected patients have a very bad mentality. "Some people know that they don't wear masks because they know they are ill, and they would like others to follow them. Some people even forced the nurses to spray on the nurses," Tian Mengqiu said.
A doctor at the People's Hospital of Wuhan University expressed the same confusion, saying, "Some patients will tear your mask off and spit at you. They say," Don't think about it without medicine. "
"I now go to work almost every day. In the morning, I dragged ultraviolet lamps in one ward and one ward for disinfection. I bought a lot of towels. Everyone took a bath and disinfected it. Every day, I took off my work clothes and disinfected it the next day." Equipment is in short supply, but masks are distributed to patients and family members every day. As a result, people come around every morning to ask for masks.
You know, except for frontline personnel who have protective clothing, goggles, and N95 masks, everyone else just works with ordinary medical masks. Including Dean.
Another nurse said that one day she went to the bathroom and came back to find that nearly a hundred masks in the drawer had been stolen.
When supplies were not enough, colleagues took out the swimming goggles at home as goggles, shower hats as headgears, and document bags as headgears. Tian Mengqiu said with a smile that his colleagues have become "inventors."
It was mentioned that the median time from onset to admission was 9 days; some patients had only about 7 days from the onset of dyspnea; the patients were concentrated in the age of 40-60 years, and no children were present; critical illness accounted for 15%, Many elderly people, those with underlying diseases, and obese people.
However, some hospitals found that the actual screening situation is different from the guidelines. The guidelines say that the frequent age of patients is 40-60 years old. "But the result of our investigation one day was-more common in 20-40 years old. Some people did not have a cough until their death. Yes, I don't have a fever, "said the person.
Will these dead but undiagnosed cases be recorded as confirmed deaths? No one responded.
On the night of New Year's Eve on January 24, Xiao Yi's father began to have a high fever. He hurriedly checked the symptoms online, but couldn't judge the condition by various information listed on the Internet. He took his father to the nearest Honghu Second Hospital for treatment overnight. .
The Second Hospital of Honghu City is a hospital on the official list of fever clinics announced by Jingzhou. It belongs to the cooperative hospital of Honghu City and Zhongnan Hospital of Wuhan University. But because of New Year's Eve, the hospital's fever clinic has been closed, and only physicians are on duty. The doctor on duty only has a surgical mask, no goggles and protective clothing.
Xiao Yi told the reporter of Caijing that his father had done X-rays and blood tests. It was about 8 pm, but the doctor who had just seen the doctor said he was off work. Xiao Yi could only take his father to the inpatient department to find a doctor. There were a dozen people in the clinic, both adults and children.
After reading the results, the doctor said, "We can't check for new pneumonia here, so we need to go to the Municipal People's Hospital." Then he prescribed some flu medicines to let Xiao Yi take his father home for observation.
"The official information is really unsatisfactory. It lists a hospital that cannot be inspected. What is it? The hospital has no basic protective measures, so what is it?" He said.
After a pause, Xiao Yi added to the Caijing reporter, "I hope netizens will not scold those fleeing Wuhan people and Hubei people. If you are here, you will also make this choice, just to live."