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#1 Jul 22, 2010
Some people seem to think Tiwari is getting a raw deal, he deserves everything he is getting and then more. If the person is a known drug seeker, that is a person who goes fron Dr to Dr trying to get scripts for oxycodone, methadone, vicoden to name a few. I have worked in the front office of Dr's offices and someone like that gets labeled and word does get around. A doctors staff only needs to pull a patients prescription records and they would know. Which is what I did many times in my job. A person will fake an ailment or someone who has chronic back pain. There are those who take them as they are supposed to and do not abuse them. However, it is very easy to abuse them. Once you are accustomed to it you have to take more to get that euphoric feeling. I did a paper on it and extensive research for one of medical asst. classes
YES Kamal Tiwari should be held accountable for that girls death!! He knew she was an addict and he used that to make money off her and many other patients. Haber is no better, a friend of mine had many disabilities and haber knew he was an alcoholic and knew he was abusing the pain pills but kept handing him scripts for more, he is recovering now. He has been sober for 2 years now but it took him going to jail. He does need painkillers but he is very careful not to abuse them as he did.
I understand about those being in chronic pain believe me,I have chronic back pain myself but refuse to get on the drug merry go round. The point I am making here is if you pull somebody's prescription record. It is not that is is normally done. but if a patient comes in and ask for a specific painkiller, that raises a red flag. If you pull the record and see that they have many scripts from many doctors. that tells you right there they are a drug seeker. Such as in a period of a month they have say 3-5 or more scripts from different doctors. However, if they have consistently had one prescription a month form the same doctor A respected MD, not a pain management quack, then that is usually okay. Actually for a pain management doctor is should be the first thing they do. Because some go to a pain management doctor for exactly that reason
#2 Jul 23, 2010
Some people swear by his care.
#3 Jul 23, 2010
He reused syringes. When you get a shot a little blood and/or bodily fluid goes up into the needle and syringe. Would you want that going into your body?
Anyone who had an injection from him needs to be tested for Hepatitis A, B, C, D, and E each caused by a different hepatitis virus and Aids. He will have to pay for that! All can be spread by infected needles and syringes. You can only get hepatitis D if you are already infected with hepatitis B. and dirty needles that have HDV. E is the least common in the U.S. It is mainly caused by infected water. If the syringe is infected the needle is infected. Is that good care?
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