Bad Medical Policies


Bad Medical Policies

Bradley Mattes   |   May 04, 2020

If New York City first responders arrived and found a patient in cardiac arrest, they attempted reviving them for up to 20-minutes.  During the height of the COVID19 pandemic, the Regional Emergency Services Council issued a new guideline to not even try because their emergency rooms were busy.  First responders were outraged and within hours of the New York Post reporting on this development, it was rescinded.  However, they claim it’s commonly done in other parts of the nation.  This is another reminder for you to be watchful and discerning when it comes to the care of a loved one.  You can no longer assume the medical community will be operating from a sanctity of life ethic.  While lots of good medical professionals exist, bad policies are seeping in.

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