Last edited by nivek2046; 14-01-2023 at 08:23 PM.
This lomo >.<
Yesterday in SCMP - Hong Kong health secretary ‘disheartened’ by doctors’ arrests and concerned about feelings of frontline staff https://archive.is/NVqIZ
Calm down.. calm down and paracetamol your own head 😖he understands that mistakes happen...but sidestepped the question on the doctors’ criminal liability. On another note, Lo said the DoH has instructed..not to sell over 60 tablets.. paracetamol to a customer at once....consuming too much ..could lead to liver dysfunction .. Therefore, 60 tablets will be enough for a patient, Lo noted
It is extremely unusual to charge doctors for manslaughter for medical errors. I wonder who have the go ahead.
It was non-existent for human error. This is a huge change in policy and silence from the executive branch of government. Can't see HK attracting any international talent with a policy like this in place.
Cases for clear pre-determined malpractice and deliberately doing very dodgy cosmetic procedures .
I doubt the police are the ones driving this..I wonder who have the go ahead.
How does this work.. prosecutions dept or sumthing must approve and okay this.. so highest go-ahead would be this fella? I can't see BJ having anything to do w this one.. :x
2. HA databases need not be HA generated. Most likely the software would be a re-branded shell that provides access to the medical databases that already exist (your ‘wheel’.) Research journals, libraries, etc require very expensive subscriptions that doctors are not going to be able to access as a random Googler.