Neither of the articles you linked cite a lack of funds as causing either situation ...
Oh don't worry - there's definitely a lack of funds... mainly for training and employment of suitable staff at all levels but partly for research and materials to ensure that the wards are disinfected and vermin eradicated from operating theatres.
Sounds like a management problem, not a funding problem. A sterile environment isn't expensive, and it shouldn't be expensive to train staff to follow basic cleanliness procedures. Same thing with rats and mice.
Both of your examples are, really, pitiful, made more so that it took you 24 hours to come up with them as some kind of rebuttal.
You really do obsess on winning an argument. Shame that your desire to do so obliterates your ability to see that your rationalizations get thinner and lamer with every try. End result ~ You not only don't win the argument(s), your desperation to do so costs you respect and credibility with the present audience.
_________________________ I always deserve it. Really.
Oh good answer — for a 7-year-old. I know you are but what am I? Nya nya nya.
As to proper facility sterilization and hygiene, one of my clients distributes products and equipment globally for precisely that purpose. I don't believe they're reps have ever been told, "No reorders this month, chap. Too many nasty little IVF rug rats to breed for dishonorable couples, y'know."
Man, when you have to reach that far, you really do fall off the ladder (and I certainly hope there are enough funds to put ice on that bump on your head).
Sounds like a management problem, not a funding problem.
A management problem is a funding problem.
24 hours to come up with them as some kind of rebuttal.
Personal insults are a low priority. But if response times are your concern I notice everyone went very quiet after I posted that colonic cancer correspondence and mentioned that home-made infant dialysis machine... and I'll tell you why as well - because they don't want to admit that dealing with those problems should be a higher priority than IVF.
As to proper facility sterilization and hygiene, one of my clients distributes products and equipment globally for precisely that purpose. I don't believe they're reps have ever been told...
We could be interested. Could you ask him what he'd recommend for dealing with the MRSA or Clostridium difficile superbugs? Of the 100,000 who catch 'em in hospital every year about 5.000 never come out alive so it's quite urgent. Could you ask him if he'd expect those numbers to fall... I dunno maybe he'll need to conduct a study of existing procedures. If he needs a visa I could try to set that up with the minister but we haven't got much money - is he a charity or a business?
Loc: Alexandria, VA
and I'll tell you why as well
While I agree that response times to posts here don't really indicate of much of anything, except perhaps some sort of actual life, please don't pretend to know why or why not people may take their time to post -- you really have no way of knowing and you certainly aren't clairvoyant ...
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