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Hospitals—The Most Dangerous Places In The World

from The Sleuth Journal:

Hospitals are typically thought of as places where lives are saved, but statistics show they’re actually one of the most dangerous places you could possibly frequent.1,2

Each day, more than 40,000 harmful and/or lethal medical errors occur, placing the patient in a worse situation than what they came in with.3

According to a 2013 study,4,5 preventable medical errors kill around 440,000 patients each year—that’s more than 10 times the number of deaths caused by motor vehicle crashes! Hospitals have become particularly notorious for spreading lethal infections.

According to 2014 statistics6,7 by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 1 in 25 patients end up with a hospital-acquired infection. In 2011 alone, 75,000 people died as a result.8

Medicare patients may be at even greater risk. According to the 2011 Health Grades Hospital Quality in America Study,9 1 in 9 Medicare patients developed a hospital-acquired infection.

Doctors, Nurses, Hospital Administrators Blamed

Over the years, hospitals have been warned they need to improve infectious control, but according to two new reports,10,11 the U.S. healthcare system has largely failed to make a dent in the problem.

On the whole, only 6 percent of U.S. hospitals receive top scores for preventing common drug-resistant infections.

As reported by NBC News:12

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1 comment to Hospitals—The Most Dangerous Places In The World

  • Craig Escaped Detroit

    Sick & dieing people run to the hospital to be saved, but they also can spread GERMS where ever they go. Therefore, hospitals really are very dangerous, for patients, workers, visitors and maintenance crews.

    When an Epidemic, Pandemic or other diseases break out, the TWO places that people RUN to for some kind of help or comfort, of course, HOSPITAL is ONE choice, but the OTHER place that people RUN to, is the CHURCH.

    Think of all the past Plagues in Europe, and Tuberculosis, Yellow Fever, Cholera, Pneumonia, etc, and ALL those faithful people who run to their churches for GOD to heal them. Coughing all over the other patrons, slobbering & drooling all over the “communion cup”.

    How many people got INFECTED and died because they went to church and caught it from an infected believer? The answer is THOUSANDS of healthy people got infected in churches.

    And there are people out there, who actually believe that nobody can catch a disease from the Communion Cup (as it it’s some kind of MAGIC instant sterilizer device.)

    Wine is not a sterilizing agent (yes, alcohol at or above 60% or 75% is the LOWEST safe germ killing strength (but it’s NOT instant, it takes TIME.). 75% = 150 PROOF.

    Communion Cups, even if made of Sterling Silver, may take HOURS to kill germs in DIRECT CONTACT with the metal. Plenty of germs & viruses located in thicker SLOBBER will NOT be in contact with the silver. Many cups are made from other materials.

    Don’t want to contract diseases? Don’t TOUCH anything, don’t kiss, lick or drink from things that OTHER people have touched, drank from, kissed or licked. No handshakes, no hugs, no kisses and no “Cheek kissing, etc”.

    Church Benches are called PEWS (because of all the rear ends that sit on them.). SICK people also have “leaky bottoms”, billions of germs & viruses come out of the rear end as well as the nose and mouth. People blow their noses, scratch their noses, wipe their noses, etc, and then they PICK up the bible or Hymnal from the bench, turn to page this or that.

    It’s all “innoculated” and waiting for the NEXT person to pick it up. And CHILDREN are always getting sick, touching their faces, scratching their bodies where ever it itches.

    If and when the diseases start to happen, we should have plenty of RUBBER GLOVES, face masks and good hand wash IN THE CAR & at home too. Go shopping? Get protected before you touch those doors or shopping cart handle, etc.

    That reminds me, I don’t have any Lysol spray or other quick sprays for things like this.

    OK. GOOD LUCK… THINK Logically with your BRAIN.

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