It seems like it.
In fact, a lot of people dying in hospitals are in their 20s and 30s. I don’t know what’s up with that. It could be personal vengeance due to racial prejudice, neglect because of poverty, or simply that the patients don’t take care of themselves well.
Personally, I think something’s up and it’s mostly not the patient’s fault.
- Black or having something to do with Blacks
- Mental illness
When Michael Moore is critical of the US health system, I have to agree.
Causes of death:
- Problems related to diabetes
- Babies dying
- Women dying because of lack of good care before and after the baby
Note: Some of these things are my suspicions, – but it is a fact the third cause of death in hospitals is medical error; in fact, some or a lot of which may be caused by lack of training. The other things I mentioned are simply some of the typical victims.
Afterward Chris said he discovered that pharmacy technicians rather than well-trained and educated pharmacists are compounding nearly all of the IV medications for patients. And many states have no requirements or proof of competency for these pharmacy technicians.