Omich Aleksandr Volkovsky posted on a social network a complaint about the work of the doctors of the intensive care team, which arrived on call to his choking grandmother.
“On March 3, at about 7 pm, my grandmother became ill. They called an ambulance. A team of doctors arrived, put on a drip, gave several injections, as she could no longer breathe on her own. They put the device in and called in an intensive care unit,”Omsk shared.
According to him, the resuscitation carriage arrived in 20 minutes.
“Three doctors went to her bedroom. After all the questioning, they told us: "She is already 79 years old, the age has approached, what do you want from her, put the grandmother straight, put the icon, call the priest and let her die in peace." They turned off the dropper, removed all the devices and left. We were left with this shock and horror to wait for her death. At the same time, without leaving my grandmother, they constantly talked to her, so to speak, did not let her fall asleep, "- said Alexander in the public" Incident Omsk ".
After that, the family of the pensioner decided to call another ambulance and resuscitation team.
“Next came the resuscitation team, to which we are very grateful. They themselves were in a severe shock why the previous doctors did so, not taking her to the hospital, although we asked for help.
When the intensive care unit brought us to BSMP 2, we were greeted by a doctor staggering with fumes, did not remember his name, patronymic, but there is on the video, they all forced us that we had COVID, or rather my grandmother. After passing all the tests and revealing that she had bilateral pneumonia, she was placed in a covid body,”said Alexander.
He explained that now my grandmother's blood pressure has returned to normal, and COVID-19 has not yet been confirmed - the first test was negative.
“The Ministry of Health has accepted a statement on this brigade, 223 resuscitation. These non-people cannot heal people! " - the grandson of the pensioner was indignant.
The regional health ministry said that information on this incident was transferred to the chief doctor of the Omsk ambulance station, Maxim Stukanov. “He will check the information and draw the appropriate conclusions,” the ministry said.