Accident No. 2

After a two year break from my blog I feel I owe an explanation to any readers who may come across my resumed musings, or indeed anyone who picks up where where I left off. Two years is a long time. But before I get to the subject of this post I thought there may […]

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Good News Bad News – The Accident – Part 9

Sunday 14th December The previous day I’d taken my morning and evening doses of Rifamycin (600Mg)  and the regular doses of Clindamycin. My stomach was still feeling iffy, but nothing dramatic. Sunday morning I downed my pills, but during the course of the day I started to feel gradually worse. By the evening when I […]

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A&E Outpatients – The Accident – Part 5

Over the 5 weeks I’ve been attending A&E outpatients in Chesterfield my treatment has consisted of wound assessments, blood tests, x-rays, orthopedic consultations, and the prescribing of antibiotics. I would hate to think what this would have cost under a private scheme. Therefore, any political party that gives me a whiff of an intention to privatise […]

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Chesterfield Royal Hospital – The Accident – Part 4

psm pleased to say that I haven’t had many encounters with the medical profession due to my general good health, but when I have I’ve noticed they tend not to call a spade a spade… Wed/Thurs/Fri/Sat/Sun 22-26th October Wednesday morning I woke up and my T-Shirt was soaked. I was feeling a lot worse: High […]

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