Don't come the raw prawn with me,
What you do with raw prawns is your business, let's keep it that way.
all over the world doctors make mistakes
It's not so much the mistakes, it's the repeated mistakes and the carelessness/reckless approach to health care.
I witnessed equipment malfunction right before my eyes and one nurse was unable to press a button to turn off the machine-TWICE. Should I have inquired first if the equipment had passed inspection?
Later, technicians were called in to fix it. No one tested it and sure enough when they needed it a few hours later it broke down again. Maybe that patient should have asked about the equipment?
I've seen that it's a practical exercise in russian roulette with hygiene at the hospital I went to. Access is another problem. I saw nurses let whole groups walk in to restricted areas without so much as whispering. No one washed, no wore any protective equipment, this was in a restricted area.
When meeting with specialists now, they can't explain how other doctors and nurses didn't notice a HOST of symptoms.
No one seems to be able to explain how original readings were interpreted so incorrectly. Maybe you'd like to blame that on the patient but we don't have the experience in interpreting medical images, how is that our fault?
Those people who are critical of the hospital system should enquire when there loved one last visited a doctors clinic for a check up!
The check ups were regular like clock-work.
Your inability to accept that others have legitimate criticism in this matter is your short coming.