Friday, March 23, 2007

Ont. family cites lax hospital hygiene in death

"'I think there needs to be a culture change within our health care facilities that says if you're not washing your hands, if you are not using gowns and gloves appropriately, that needs to be addressed,'"

One would hope that that the above was only an isolated incident(s).
Obviously this is a wishful, naive, belief
that respect for human life is paramount in this unnamed profession.

Is this following example further evidence that improvement is required?

Alberta hospital closed after super bug, sterilization problems

Is it my imagination, but it appears that whenever it seems that there have been two or three steps forward in improving the system there are three or four steps in reverse that effectively wipe out any improvement and especially any hope for improvement?

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