August 1, 2007, - 2:11 pm
It’s the “Brave New World” version of medicine, Islamic-style. Yup, the Muslim medical community acting out the real-life version of the movie, “Coma.”
Since I’ve already told you about so many Muslim docs who treated their patients and others’ lives and limbs with complete disregard (like Dr. Osama Ahmed Ibrahim , who refused care to his Jewish patient, Joseph Applebaum, and essentially murdered him by doing so), it’s no surprise to me.
First, Do Harm
In Australia, a Saudi Muslim doctor is acting out the part of “Coma’s” Dr. George (who gives his patients an excess of drugs and painkillers to murder them and harvest their organs).
Saudi Muslim Doctor Sanaa Ismail, an anesthetist, and Dr. Azizi Bakar, another Muslim medical doctor, are under investigation for killing their 16-year-old patient, Vanessa Anderson. They gave her too high of a dosage of painkillers and murdered her. The cases raises other questions, as neither doctor was screened or vetted much (it’s hardly different here in the States) and one of the doctors, Dr. Ismail, has his salary paid by the Saudi Government, an arrangement which is NOT unusual in Australia’s public hospitals. Does that happen here? If Saudi and other Gulf State med students are studying and doing residencies here–AND THEY ARE–then, yes it does happen. And if so, it’s a very dangerous development. When you consider their cases, do you really think we need to import more foreign (mostly Muslim) doctors to America? Or LESS?:
THE inquest into the death of a 16-year-old girl who died in a Sydney hospital after being hit by a golf ball may have to be reopened following allegations about the competence and assessment of two overseas-trained doctors involved in her care.
The allegations — aired on ABC TV’s Stateline program in NSW last night — claimed neither of the overseas doctors treating Vanessa Anderson had been “subject to any appointments or selection process”.
Anderson died in 2005 while being treated for a fractured skull caused by the golf ball.
The inquest at Westmead Coroners Court, which held its final hearing two weeks ago, heard there were “a number of deficiencies” in her care, including one doctor’s failure to give anti-convulsive drugs as ordered by a consultant.
Another doctor, anaesthetics registrar Sanaa Ismail, increased the dosage of painkilling drugs to a level the consultant in charge told the inquest was “too high”.
It has now emerged that the inquest may be reopened after a senior hospital anaesthetist, Stephen Barratt, wrote to Deputy State Coroner Carl Milovanich about the allegations. . . .
In his letter, Dr Barratt said Dr Ismail — whom he was supervising — had previously been judged by him to be “not safe” to treat patients after two previous incidents just months earlier. Dr Barratt also revealed he was “unhappy” with how the inquest had unfolded and added “you need the truth”.
Azizi Bakar, the doctor who had failed to provide the anti-convulsive drugs ordered by a consultant, was the other doctor whom Dr Barratt suggested had not been properly screened prior to employment.
Dr Ismail faced questions during the inquest over her decision to double the dose of a painkilling opiate drug, oxycodone, to treat Anderson’s headache, despite the fact that she only spoke to the patient for a pre-operative check.
Dr Ismail said she did not realise Anderson was already receiving Panadeine Forte, a painkiller with a high level of codeine, another opiate drug.
Dr Barratt’s letter alleged that Dr Ismail’s salary was being paid by the Saudi Government, an arrangement that he said was “not unusual in the public hospital system — that is, there are many others like her”.
“In fact, a few months before the Vanessa Anderson incident a bureaucrat from the Department of Health came pleading with us to take more of these ‘trainees’,” Dr Barratt wrote.
Professor Picone said “learning exchange” arrangements was a “feature of any modern health system”. Out of a total 11,000 doctors in NSW public hospitals, about 100 at any one time would be paid for by an overseas government or other agency, she said.
Do you want a doctor whose very salary is paid for by the government that teaches its young citizens to hate Christians and Jews, to hate Americans–that the killing of them is an Islamic precept? Do we really need more physician “trainees” who have little respect for American infidel life?
What is Michael Chertoff doing about it? (Answer: Nothing . . . and partying under the eye of 14 bodyguards at “Almond.”)
Of course, there are many good Muslim doctors who wouldn’t kill you. But they don’t exactly come equipped with a tattoo on their foreheads, which says, “I’m one of the good ones.”
Can you tell the difference between the good ones and the Dr. Ismails and Dr. Ibrahims? Me, neither.
Use Muslim doctors at your own risk.
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