The stupidity of kenyan journalists shows up every time they interview people, the presenter is seeking blame instead of seeking solutions.:rolleyes::rolleyes:
The “an doctor” being interviewed is as dumb as they come, she’s here to pursue their CBA goals instead of coming up with error prevention ideas.

Over work and overcrowding is not an issue because clearly the error happened upon admission, the patient either had the wrong tags or the nurse failed to read the tags . It has nothing to do with the doctors period! :rolleyes::rolleyes: (@admin, this eye roll is not effective)
The nurse confirmed that she asked a patient, admitted with head trauma, to identify himself :rolleyes::rolleyes: Isn’t that a red flag?
We could have a nurse for every patient and a doctor to boot but if basic errors such as mislabeling patients aren’t prevented then we’ll see the same mistakes over and over.


There are 2 nurses for 61 patients,the nurse whose shift ended cant effectively handover so many people, so the way they do it is you call patient’s name and then wakijibu you write their name on piece of tape and put it on their overall. Now in a normal surgery, CT Scan is done on a patient right before the surgery now in this case its after they opened the head and found no clot 3hrs into surgery is when they did a CT Scan on the patient’s brain . THE ISSUE IS OVERCROWDING AND OVERWORK. 2 nurses serve 61 patients when the WHO ratio is 2 nurses to 10 patients. This is 6 times more than the recommended ratio. Dont just attack/insult/dismiss doctors and nurses without analysing the facts.

Are you really that incredibly stupid or is comprehension the problem??:rolleyes::rolleyes:
How do you expect a coherent answer from a person admitted with head trauma??? What if the patient doesn’t respond ??? :rolleyes::rolleyes:
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“so the way they do it is you call patient’s name and then wakijibu you write their name on piece of tape and put it on their overall.”
If that is the process then its wrong and the bleached blonde should have been suggesting solutions not discussing CBA!!!

Now in a normal surgery, CT Scan is done on a patient right before the surgery

Really? :rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes:
CT scans , x rays and MRIs are all done way before as a diagnosis tool and NOT JUST BEFORE SURGERY!!!

Your beautiful, bleached "an doctor "was an embarrassment to the profession!!!

Muthamaki using vulgar language and insulting people on tv you dont know can not change the truth and it simply shows you are prone to outbursts instead of rationally comprehending a phenomenon such as KNH. Understand things first then post a reply not just jumping at a thread without understanding what is being talked about, it makes you look like you’re too emotional. As does personal attacks instead of addressing issues. What Im telling you is what the nurse who mislabeled the patient said during the enquiry,this is how KNH works, you call patient then label according to how they answer because there are 2 nurses per 61 patients and handing over is impossible. it has nothing to do with the doctor and I also dont understand what her bleaching or not has to do with the issue at hand.

A doctor comes in for surgery and not to suggest how operations in KNH should be run, there are administrators for that,whose work is to look at the inefficient procedures and do BPR to streamline operations this is not a Doctors wrk . In private hospitals , scans are done before serious/delicate surgery to verify the condition or state of the clot or aneurysm if this had been done then the mistaken identity would have come out before surgery as no clot would show on the scan of the patient scheduled for surgery.

And do those procedures make sense to you?:rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes:
Are you suggesting that surgery was determined before the clot was identified?:rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes:
I give up!! SMH