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Re: Subtle changes in Hospital Admissions
« Reply #9 on: Thursday 03 September 20 23:45 BST (UK) »
Brilliant news GS. Glad she’s back with you and recovering.
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« Reply #10 on: Saturday 12 September 20 09:21 BST (UK) »
Thanks to everyone for your good wishes.  After another crisis a week after her surgery it looks as though daughter is now beginning to pick up and recover her strength. xxx
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Re: Subtle changes in Hospital Admissions
« Reply #11 on: Saturday 12 September 20 09:28 BST (UK) »
So sorry to hear that your daughter had another crisis GS.

That is brilliant news that she is now beginning to show signs of recovery.

Best wishes to you both in the coming days.

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Re: Subtle changes in Hospital Admissions
« Reply #12 on: Saturday 12 September 20 10:30 BST (UK) »
Anyone else noticed

that the admissions are becoming less..

and the actual hands on Docs -- regarding examinations -- how can you virtually check what the pain is..

i dont want to fill a page with what I saw at the Hospital yesterday.. 

but the corridors are dark and the wards are empty... triage is as was full.. but most being sent home with pills.. and a letter of referal to who knows what or when..

Pre - Pandemic ----- Pain --- Triage --- checked -- tested --- sent to ward for further checks and tests.. and then either sorted... fixed or home with pills  Now.. seem to skip the middle bit.

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 oops Subtle not suttle    technology beat me on that one :(

This is not the experience I have had. We had about a week to 10 days either side of the last peak where the admissions were drastically down and there was an eerie stillness.  Now back to trying to find beds for people and pressure to avoid breeches of the 4 hr target
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Re: Subtle changes in Hospital Admissions
« Reply #13 on: Saturday 12 September 20 11:24 BST (UK) »
GS - sorry to hear your daughter had a further blip just after her surgery but really pleased for you both that she's now recovering well...
I'm sure down to your care and love making a huge difference..
Hopefully going from strength to strength...

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Re: Subtle changes in Hospital Admissions
« Reply #14 on: Saturday 12 September 20 11:28 BST (UK) »
My best wishes to you, Greensleeves and for you daughter’s  continued improvement.
What a time you have had.
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Re: Subtle changes in Hospital Admissions
« Reply #15 on: Saturday 12 September 20 11:52 BST (UK) »
I have to agree with PharmaT, my husband has had excellent care all during lockdown and post lockdown. I have been allowed to stay with him too.

In the last 3 weeks my brother has also had and endoscopy to remove a tumour and a liver biopsy  last Monday which didn’t quite go to plan and he is still in hospital. I have visited him twice, pre-booking a visitors slot. True the hospital, appeared a little quieter than normal but they were working hard.

That isn’t just one hospital that I have accompanied my husband or brother but 5! Plus my husband went to another for his pre-op COVID test 10 days ago. All are now working flat out on the backlog of seriously ill patients.

My biggest complaint though is the telephone systems! Trying to get through to wards to check all is well and book a slot is really hit and miss.
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Re: Subtle changes in Hospital Admissions
« Reply #16 on: Saturday 12 September 20 13:44 BST (UK) »
Well I too am pleased to hear your daughter is doing well xxx and pray all is good for her.

As for the hospital  I attended.. I was sent to the wrong ward - NO hands on - NO accompaniement allowed and basically all that was my fault.. :(

The previous time just 3 wks before I was treated really well x bless them the nurses were wonderful.. But Ginger James the doc whose hands stayed in his pockets can ..... go away as far as I am concerned...

Go home wrong dept..

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referred to what where and when.. we shall see.

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