In context of death of sweet and adorable Imanae Malik due to the negligence of Sandeep Kumar, there was a campaign launched against all the doctors of the hospital. That campaign has gone too far now which arises some questions that are yet unanswered.
1) Our demand is this article. What's wrong in that?
2) What is wrong if someone demands punishment for the responsible ones only and says no one deserves an extra sentence? Why Aqeel Malik is not and we repeat he is not focusing on revenge from the real killer? Why can’t he accept the challenge given to him that put it at least two of his giant bill boards that "Imnae died due to the negligence of Sandeep Kumar" if he is really sincere? What justice he has brought to Imanae Malik from his campaign?
4) The mortality rate of the hospital they are trying their best to shut down and have damaged its repute is lower then America and England. What Aqeel Malik has done and is planning to is it fair with the patients and general public?
While we are all saddened by the recent death of a 3 year old girl and
believe the doctor responsible should be held accountable- Doctor's
Hospital (Lahore, Pakistan) has saved countless lives of our friends,
family member, or even our own lives.
On December 18th 2009, an Urdu journalist, Mubashir Lucman wrote this following article. This article (click here to read) is also present on Mr. Aqeel Malik’s network with a caption “Please read this and tell me what Mubashir Lucman is trying to prove” Till date there is a long list of dirty language used against the journalist in the comments and no body condemned it.
Our questions regarding this are;
are saying if it was in
Our explanation regarding this is,
How can u ask shutting down of
a hospital which has lower mortality rate then
Medical errors are the eighth
leading cause of death in the US—higher than motor vehicle accidents (43,458),
breast cancer (42,297), or AIDS (16,516). About 7,000 people per year are
estimated to die from medication errors alone—about 16 percent more deaths than
the number attributable to work-related injuries. The Massachusetts State Board
of Registration in Pharmacy estimated that 2.4 million prescriptions are filled
improperly each year in the State. The IOM (
According to a national poll
conducted by the National Patient Safety Foundation:
Forty-two percent of respondents had been affected by a medical error, either personally or through a friend or relative.
Thirty-two percent of the respondents indicated that the error had a permanent negative effect on the patient's health.
Even populations with higher
literacy rates than ours i.e. the
When asked in a survey about
possible solutions to medical errors:
Seventy-five percent of respondents thought it would be most effective to "keep health professionals with bad track records from providing care."
Sixty-nine percent thought the problem could be solved through "better training of health professionals."
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