I feel like sharing this. Day before, my friend developed rashes all over at around 12 AM. I took him to Emergency Ward,St John's Koramangala.
When we entered, the attendant asked us to enter a room. After entering the room we saw some 4 to 5 beds. And in one bed, there was a patient suffering from heart attack. There were some 4 to 5 doctors attending to him at same moment.
The nurse there asked us to wait in next room. After a while the heart attack patient passed away. Then one of the doctor came to our room, and treated my friend very normally as if nothing had happened. He gave my friend some injection and for 30 mins he was asked to lie down. And the other doctors also joined him and made sure nothing seriously wrong with my friend. A dermitologist came and checked him, declared everything is fine and bade us bye.
This incident really shook me apart. Seeing a person die is shocking. But the way the doctor was so cool and composed whilst treating my friend immediately after the death, shook me. Great courage!
In Munnabhai MBBS they say doctors should love their patients. Which I find is good for movie and preaching. But in real life I feel Doctors should be detached whilst they are treating their patient and moving on to next one. Dont you think so?
Cut and Pasted by F e r r a r i at 8:03 AM