Tale of last 90 minutes of woman's life
Having a few intimate exposures with Canadian hospitals and its nurses and doctors along with long waiting before any surgery dates can be set, and after the surgery the patient being released from the hospital in hurry while droopy eyes, non-responsive legs and shaky feet of loved ones did not invoke any expected sympathy from nursing stations, I thought I wouldn't be surprised reading other news of miseries from conked out health care system in North American continent. My assumption has proven to be flatly wrong. A 43-year old mother of three at Los Angeles hospital, Edith Isabel Rodriguez, died of bursting pain from her 10 exploding gallstones while the entire nursing staff, other medical employees, law enforcement officers and the fellow patients present at the moment on that fateful night simply ignored her teary pleas for help. Her begging and screaming from unbearable stomach pain did not generate any kind of humane emotions from indifferent men and women surrounding her.