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Re: Have You Ever Been A Victim Of A Mistake By A Health Personnel? Please Share by Disneyboy: 1:12am On May 30, 2016
destino24:
Ok, so in freshman year, we were supposed to get the new biometric ID card, and we were to provide our Blood Group among other informations.

Na so I go one reputable hospital here in Enugu for Medical Test. They took my blood and told me to come back the next day for the result. Came back the next day for result and was told I was O+.

Fast forward, 5 years later in 500 level. I had a little medical issue and I had to run a couple of tests of which blood grouping was part of. Surprisingly, my Blood Group had "Changed" to A+. I had to run the test at 2 other different Labs, all came up with A+.

Meanwhile, on my School ID Card, it says O+.

Imagine a situation, maybe an accident, of which i might require a blood transfusion, and then they take a look at the ID Card, and conclude my GRP was O+.

Na so person go just take die




It may be false positive result due to expired blood group anti Sera or due to temperature......WHO standard is that a blood group of an individual is said to be true if two or three out of three labs have the same result.......
Re: Have You Ever Been A Victim Of A Mistake By A Health Personnel? Please Share by Disneyboy: 1:19am On May 30, 2016
sleek82:
you are very right but sometimes the test is just the saving grace between life and death



yes.....that's y medical laboratory science is the backbone of medicine . still , its not given the respect it deserved

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Re: Have You Ever Been A Victim Of A Mistake By A Health Personnel? Please Share by Disneyboy: 1:22am On May 30, 2016
pinkyliceous:
What's O rh?



O Rhesus D negative is a blood type or group dat is rare and can be dangerous for women
Re: Have You Ever Been A Victim Of A Mistake By A Health Personnel? Please Share by Disneyboy: 1:32am On May 30, 2016
sleek82:
The worst experience i ever had was when my brother whom was diagnosed of intramedullary sponal tumor was set to have a surgery and during the whole bookings and all, his blood sample was taken to determine his blood group which was said to be (B-), a rare blood group... I was told to get 3 people to donate a pint of blood each so as to replenish the blood to be given by the blood bank....i was practically held at ransome (because i was told they wont process the blood if we dont donate)...we donated the blood, only to be told there were no (B-) blood group and i need to go buy blood (this was a day to surgery ooo) i bought the blood and went back to the blood bank for processing...then i was told i have to pay for the processing and they dont even think they can collect the blood i brought from an external lab I wouldnt have gotten angry if not for the lab attendant's complete insolence (he said is it his fault that everything is like that?).......i ended up not paying anything for processing after i finished talking sense into his head...it was his supervisor that came to intervene!


not lab attendant but med lab scientist or technician.....lab attendants don't work in hospital pls....

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Re: Have You Ever Been A Victim Of A Mistake By A Health Personnel? Please Share by Disneyboy: 1:36am On May 30, 2016
jairusben:
I se your point, if truely you were - and your hubby should be + your chances of your baby having erythroblastocis foetalis is sure,, well dont blame the scientist for wrong result in rhesus d test, most time it happens as a result of rhesus d antigen which doesnt show properly due to a switch of amino acid in the transmembrane of the rhesus d protein

are u a med lab scientist?
Re: Have You Ever Been A Victim Of A Mistake By A Health Personnel? Please Share by pinkyliceous(f): 5:06am On May 30, 2016
I know about the rhesus factors, just didn't understand the abbreviation. Thanks anyway.


Disneyboy:


O Rhesus D negative is a blood type or group dat is rare and can be dangerous for women
Re: Have You Ever Been A Victim Of A Mistake By A Health Personnel? Please Share by eyinjuege: 6:56am On May 30, 2016
Lucasbalo:
Sorry about your loss. That's so sad. Losing two parents to misdiagnosis. In a civilized climate, that's a malpractice lawsuit but there is no repercussion for that carelessness in Nigeria.

Oh common!

You actually believe that?
Re: Have You Ever Been A Victim Of A Mistake By A Health Personnel? Please Share by Lucasbalo(m): 6:59am On May 30, 2016
eyinjuege:


Oh common!

You actually believe that?
Yes, I believe him. Why would he lie about losing his parents ?.
Re: Have You Ever Been A Victim Of A Mistake By A Health Personnel? Please Share by jairusben(m): 7:01am On May 30, 2016
Disneyboy:


are u a med lab scientist?
abt to,,still in the making thou cheesy
Re: Have You Ever Been A Victim Of A Mistake By A Health Personnel? Please Share by jairusben(m): 7:03am On May 30, 2016
Disneyboy:



not lab attendant but med lab scientist or technician.....lab attendants don't work in hospital pls....
I smell a scientist,,what speciality?
Re: Have You Ever Been A Victim Of A Mistake By A Health Personnel? Please Share by jairusben(m): 7:22am On May 30, 2016
Abbeytoy:
It happened at the Uch, am feeling some pains due to over drink of beer and I was admitted at the A&E accident and emergency. they carryout some test and I was told my blood is 6%, and I will need 3paint of blood, everyone was like oh my God this guy can't survived the night. I was actually feeling pains but I did agreed with what they say, my sister and my are crying and they have already bought the blood required, I picked up my phone and called one of my friend doctor wish came down immediately. he checked me me and said its not possible to have 6% of blood and still living. he carried out the test himself and said my blood is not shot that I just need to sleep. he gave me injection and that's the only thing I remember. the following day, he told me that if they give me that blood the previous day, two things may occur. either died or get physiatrics problems.
mbbs doctor caried out ur test? Confused
Re: Have You Ever Been A Victim Of A Mistake By A Health Personnel? Please Share by Disneyboy: 4:46pm On May 30, 2016
jairusben:
I smell a scientist,,what speciality?


am graduating as a technician by October ...... but am planning for scientist program next year by God's will...I'll love to major on microbiology.....what about you? what's ur speciality ?
Re: Have You Ever Been A Victim Of A Mistake By A Health Personnel? Please Share by jairusben(m): 9:47pm On May 30, 2016
Disneyboy:



am graduating as a technician by October ...... but am planning for scientist program next year by God's will...I'll love to major on microbiology.....what about you? what's ur speciality ?
love to major in haematology,,, almost done with 2l
Re: Have You Ever Been A Victim Of A Mistake By A Health Personnel? Please Share by Prettyenit18(f): 7:57am On May 31, 2016
Really sorry about your eye, hope you are good now,I sent you an email bcoz I don't now how to pm.
djlaqua91:
That was how when I had a serious eye injury(glass entered my eye), one yeye doctor in a private hospital was injecting me with Malaria/Typhoid drip. My father almost killed that man. Was later transferred to a teaching hospital where they performed the operation without anaesthetic to remove the glass. Lost the eye though. I was five then. It's well.
Re: Have You Ever Been A Victim Of A Mistake By A Health Personnel? Please Share by Disneyboy: 8:15am On May 31, 2016
jairusben:
love to major in haematology,,, almost done with 2l

ok.....haematology is nice
Re: Have You Ever Been A Victim Of A Mistake By A Health Personnel? Please Share by CeterisXVII: 2:54pm On May 31, 2016
If you want to read the full story of a medical doctor's inhumanity to man, then kindly read this:
https://www.nairaland.com/2676024/how-st.nicholas-hospital-doctors-killed

My husband called me at about 6:40 AM, Friday the 21st of November 2014, from work. He asked me to come and pick him up, that he was not feeling too good. I left with the driver to get him. When I got there, he was too uncomfortable, and he asked me to take him home. But on our way home, I noticed that he was in pains, so I asked the driver to reverse the car and head instead to the hospital (St. Nicholas Hospital in Lagos).
On reaching there, we met Judith, the receptionist. I asked if there was a Doctor around. This was around 7 PM. She said yes and after some time we were asked to go into Room 2. Right there we met a young Doctor called Dr. Ogidigben Kevwe. He asked a few questions that I answered while my husband was wallowing in pains. He (Kevwe) opened an emergency file because according to him, my husband’s file was locked up in Dr. Bamgboye’s office, and no one has access to that office. I told Dr. Kevwe that my husband had incisional hernia surgery done a few months back at the same hospital, August to be precise and it was performed by one Dr. Mohan an India man, and Dr. Balogun at St. Nicholas Hospital. He started to examine him. He then left us in his office and said he was coming back.

He came back after some minutes and said he was trying to reach Dr. Balogun from the reception, but he is not getting through. So I used my husband’s phone and dialed Balogun and got through. At this point, I gave the phone to Dr. Kevwe, and he started explaining to Dr. Balogun, what he thought was the problem. Balogun on the other end asked if my husband was in pains, and Kevwe said yes. Dr. Kevwe told Dr. Balogun that he was suspecting intestinal obstruction. Dr. Balogun asked if there was any swelling around where the incision was done, but Dr.Kevwe said no. Balogun asked if there was any reddish sign around the same area, and Kevwe said no. So Dr. Kevwe suggested giving him antibiotics, but Balogun said that they have to be careful what they give him, since he is a post kidney transplant patient.

Balogun asked them to give him a particular injection twice to ease the pains, and he said that they should observe him till the next morning. So I left to go get him what he had asked for (his tea and his stockings). On my way around Bonny Camp, I got a call from a strange number, when I picked up; it was Dr. Kevwe, on the other end. He asked me to turn back to come pick up my husband, and I asked why?

He (Kevwe) said that my Husband is feeling much better, and wants to go home. I asked the driver to reverse and head back to the hospital. And on getting there, I went in and asked the Dr. again why he wants me to take him home. He repeated once again that he feels much better and I asked Kevwe if he was asking me to take him home because he thinks he feels better or that the hospital doesn’t have a bed for him. I asked this because the nurse had mentioned earlier that she needed to check for bed space.

Kevwe at this point told me that my Husband would be fine, he asked me to take my Husband home and bring him the following morning. Meanwhile, before then, Kewe wrote a prescription of drugs for my husband which I took to the pharmacist and when the lady there saw it, she asked which Dr. I saw. I told her that it was Dr. Kewe. She moved over to the other side and called the Dr’s office. They both argued about the drug that he wrote, she then gave me just1 tablet of Exforge. When my husband got up from the hospital bed, he staggered and I held him and asked if he’s fine. The Dr. said that it’s the injection that was given to him that he would be fine. So I took him home.

We got home. And just about 15minutes after, my husband said he felt like throwing up. I brought a bowl to him, and he vomited, and he felt a bit better. He slept for some time and got up in excruciating pain... .

If Dr. Kevwe knew exactly what he was doing that morning without taking instructions from Dr. Fadiran on the phone, with an emergency case right in front of him, my husband would have been here. My husband died of total negligence on the part of St. Nicholas Hospital, and I know it. Like I said earlier, the doctor was 2 hours plus late with the suction, because, at this time, the nurse was already calling my husband’s name, shouting “Mr. Charles, Mr. Charles!” He was given four adrenaline injections. The drip wasn’t going at all, all this while lest I forget. I watched my husband struggled to breath. I watched him fight for his life, and I was right there when he died. And even though they were busy with CPR, I knew when he passed on because immediately he stopped struggling, fluid started gushing out of his mouth and nose, I knew that was it. That was the same fluid that was choking him. If there were a senior consultant or surgeon at the hospital as at when I brought him, he probably, would have been helped. In between all this, Dr. Kevwe at a time said to Dr. Fadiran on the phone that he should come now as the patient is in a critical condition. He said to the same Dr. Fadiran that 11 O’clock might be too
late. I brought my husband at about 6 AM to St. Nicholas Hospital and he died at about 9.30AM without receiving prompt and adequate care.

Human life cannot continue to be lost soo cheaply in Nigerian Hospital, people must be made to account for their actions as professionals hence I have contacted my Lawyers to investigate the cause of death as he has died with our dreams, aspirations, and vision and planned future together.
.https://www.nairaland.com/2676024/how-st.nicholas-hospital-doctors-killed
Re: Have You Ever Been A Victim Of A Mistake By A Health Personnel? Please Share by CeterisXVII: 3:04pm On May 31, 2016
Re: Have You Ever Been A Victim Of A Mistake By A Health Personnel? Please Share by Princeakin4u: 7:34pm On May 31, 2016
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hydeka:
Errors occur in the medical practice. Some can be fatal while others are mild.
These errors could come from a doctor, a pharmacist, nurse lab scientist etc. They come in different forms such as a wrong diagnosis by a doctor leading to wrong prescription, it could also come in form of wrong dispensing by the pharmacist, a wrong lab test result or a wrong drug/dose administration by a nurse.
Statistics show that these mistakes are rampant.

Have you or any of your friend or relative ever being a victim of any medical error? Feel free to share.

Note: this thread is not aimed at bashing health professionals. Remember that they are also human and the stress of the profession contribute largely to these errors.
The aim of this thread is to note the pattern of these errors in order to propose ways to minimised them.

Let the discussion begin...
Re: Have You Ever Been A Victim Of A Mistake By A Health Personnel? Please Share by Emdee590(m): 5:39pm On Jun 05, 2016
Disneyboy:




yes.....that's y medical laboratory science is the backbone of medicine but still yet, its not given the respect it deserved


Don't combine "but still yet " together rather use "still yet" "but yet" or "still" thanks for your understanding
Re: Have You Ever Been A Victim Of A Mistake By A Health Personnel? Please Share by Disneyboy: 9:16pm On Jun 05, 2016
Emdee590:



Don't combine "but still yet " together rather use "still yet" "but yet" or "still" thanks for your understanding



thanks for the correction

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Re: Have You Ever Been A Victim Of A Mistake By A Health Personnel? Please Share by hstar: 11:10am On Jan 07, 2021
nairalandbuzz:
Yes!

I was sick then and I decided to use my HMO.. Went to hospital and was treated for Malaria... Still sick and was treated for Malaria again using injections and then I went there again that I wasn't getting any better and I was told I have mild depression...

I was like ha! Ewo ni mild depression They gave Mr some medications in the anti depressants range and it made matters worse and was adviced to see a psychiatrist and at that point, I now agreed with my wife to follow her to Gbagada general hospital as she has been saying... On getting there, I was asked to do a test same one I did at the previous hospital and from their own result, they said its just vitamin deficiency and gave me B Co to use twice morning and evening... After like two days, I was feeling life and getting better and I was like alas!

On going back to the precious hospital to ask questions they said their own test won't show those statistics that was shown in general hospital cos I am not a walk in patient... That as HMO patient, that was the directive they got.

I queried the HMO and they got nothing to say... I called the doc (cos he is a friend) that he should give me a lost of HMO that he trusts and my HMO is even in top three and then confided in me that do u know a certain HMO instructed us not to give antibiotics to kids for cough?

It was then that I had to think twice... Where are we going in this nation? HMO is a scam and its the real blame here... No wonder general hospitals ain't included on their list.

So, I now watch what I eat, installed mosquito net in all rooms, and this mortein continuous flit - don't know the name (NaturGard Insect Control System).. Cos I don't wanna have any reason to face hospital HMO.

Sorry for quoting ur old post, I just learnt sth great from your write up
Re: Have You Ever Been A Victim Of A Mistake By A Health Personnel? Please Share by Gloriouspraise: 2:08pm On Sep 14, 2021
nairalandbuzz:
Yes!

I was sick then and I decided to use my HMO.. Went to hospital and was treated for Malaria... Still sick and was treated for Malaria again using injections and then I went there again that I wasn't getting any better and I was told I have mild depression...

I was like ha! Ewo ni mild depression They gave Mr some medications in the anti depressants range and it made matters worse and was adviced to see a psychiatrist and at that point, I now agreed with my wife to follow her to Gbagada general hospital as she has been saying... On getting there, I was asked to do a test same one I did at the previous hospital and from their own result, they said its just vitamin deficiency and gave me B Co to use twice morning and evening... After like two days, I was feeling life and getting better and I was like alas!

On going back to the precious hospital to ask questions they said their own test won't show those statistics that was shown in general hospital cos I am not a walk in patient... That as HMO patient, that was the directive they got.

I queried the HMO and they got nothing to say... I called the doc (cos he is a friend) that he should give me a lost of HMO that he trusts and my HMO is even in top three and then confided in me that do u know a certain HMO instructed us not to give antibiotics to kids for cough?

It was then that I had to think twice... Where are we going in this nation? HMO is a scam and its the real blame here... No wonder general hospitals ain't included on their list.

So, I now watch what I eat, installed mosquito net in all rooms, and this mortein continuous flit - don't know the name (NaturGard Insect Control System).. Cos I don't wanna have any reason to face hospital HMO.



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