Tag Archives: Hospitals

KKH OPERATION LEFT ME UNABLE TO USE MY LEFT ARM!

On the 6th June at around 8 in the morning, I went to KKH to get myself admitted for the scheduled operation as I was diagnosed with adenomyosis. While prepping for surgery, anesthetic male doctor Dr Sadhana arrived to insert the IV plug. I already complained to him while he was inserting it on my left hand, I was in great pain. However, he did not stop. Shortly after general anesthetic doctor Dr Ramesh put the mask on, I went unconscious.

Read More »

SINGAPORE IS THE WORLD’S HEALTHIEST COUNTRY

Singapore has been named the world’s healthiest country, according to a list which ranks countries using data from the United Nations, the World Bank and the World Health Organisation. The Bloomberg rankings gave each country with a population of 1 million or more a health score and a health-risk score. Each country’s place was calculated by subtracting their risk score from their health score.

Read More »

DOCTORS SAY AVOID SASHIMI AND RAW FISH FOR THE TIME BEING?

Please avoid sashimi n raw fish this season. Just a heads up. My friend's husband was admitted into hospital abt 10 days ago. Had high fever, joint pain. He was diagnosed with grp B strep bacteria infection. From eating raw fish. He ate sashimi at tam po po at liang court 2 days and raw fish in chinatown 5 days before fever.He ended up with 2 surgery and may have to go thru knee replacement surgery cos the bacteria infected his joints n ate away his cartiledge.

Read More »

Demoralising remarks from First World Parliamentarians

I have quite a few friends who work in the hospitals as doctors and nurses and I think it is quite unfair for Mr Low to label the daily battles they undergo as a sign that Singapore is regressing towards third world medical care. It is somewhat disappointing that for someone who keeps emphasizing First World Parliament, Mr Low decided to make this callous remark without thinking how it demoralizes the good doctors, nurses and medical attendees who are working long hours to attend to patients who need medical assistance.

Read More »