My posting was moved, and made into a new thread, I approve. I also agree with the title, so thanks.
This HORSEpital is not known for its quality of care. They wanted to merge, become part of U of M medical system, the U refused! (because of their lack of quality care). So they became part of another system in DetRIOT. (also know for being sloppy)
We, once upon a time had 3 separate horsepitals, they bought up the other two, and almost all local doctors work for, and owe their allegiance to them, patients are somewhere down low on the token-pole.
I had long worried about lack of competence of SOME there, however, to be fair, there are also some very good people there)
This event was NO ACCIDENT.When I arrived on the ward, (room 339), upon admission from ER, I was ORDERED to have someone bring ALL my meds from home, up to the hospital. I had never heard of that before, the HELLpital never gave me access to even a single medication brought from home. When my meds were returned to me, upon release, my Lantus vial was MISSING well over 300 units. I had just started this vial on Feb 24, and should have been down about 100 units (22u/ day). Instead my vial, as returned was down about 500 units. The HELLpital put their label over my marked open date of “24”. I write the date I open every Lantus vial, so I know when opened & my 28 days are up. Doing this bypassed the normal procedures of administering meds from THEIR pharmacy, where there would likely be a pharmacy RECORD of how many units were used.
There is more to this, a lot more. I know who was behind this plot, and even their plan-B.
I have learned a lot about this I never thought I would need to learn. I also have a couple fly’s on the wall, so to speak. A semi-distant, not so nice relative high up in admin, (not involved), a nurse, a couple workers and a DOCTOR that serves as a wall-fly in the physicians lounge at this HELLpital.
Every rare, once in a while you hear of some nurse or other employee at a hospital killing off patients for some personally perceived, morbid / twisted reason or another. Most horsepitals are very good at covering up such things, even accidental mistakes.
You would not likely believe what their plan-b was…
BTW, the only thing I actively did (oxymoronic term here) was to PLAY dead, not alert them that I had recovered from the diabetic coma. I was careful to only rotate my head, and NOT make any noise. Had I not played possum, they might have turned around and finished me off!
FYI… insulin when used as a POISON to try and kill someone, is not very reliable. I came across a few interesting numbers. While less than 100 units have been know to kill a non-diabetic, diabetics, on the other hand, have even survived thousands of units, WIERD, go figure? Murder / suicide attempts via insulin have only about a 25% success rate, or thinking backwards, 75% of such attempts FAIL.
I also have a couple other resources, one is my microbiologist daughter that works at another hospital elsewhere in our state, and knows SOPs.