Doctor Bargaining Rs.50 for X-Ray in KAMBAM (Tamilnadu) Government Hospital – Leaked Video

It has been found that a large number of people, who throng the city’s government hospitals every day, are denied mandatory tests there or asked to wait for more than a month.
For medical tests, go to private diagnostic centres. That’s what government hospital doctors are forcing patients to do. Cartelisation among government doctors and private diagnostic centres in the Capital has become a cause of worry for patients, who are made to run from pillar to post to get their medical tests done. Doctor Bargaining Rs.50

An investigation carried out by Mail Today has revealed that several patients are forced to undergo medical tests at private laboratories by government hospital doctors, who are guided by the lucre offered by these diagnostic centres.
It has been found that a large number of people, who throng the city’s government hospitals every day, are denied mandatory tests there or asked to wait for more than a month. Several private diagnostic centres are cashing in on this opportunity Doctor Bargaining Rs.50

An x-ray examination uses an electrical device to emit (put out) x-rays and digital technology to create two-dimensional pictures of internal body structures.
This test is particularly useful in diagnosing conditions or diseases that affect the bones and chest.
A conventional x-ray examination is non-invasive, painless and does not require any recovery time.
The dose of radiation from an x-ray examination is considered safe – roughly the same as you would receive from the general environment in about one week.

Depending on the part of your body being examined, you may be asked to undress, remove all jewellery and wear a hospital gown. The basic procedure then involves:
You will either stand up or lie down on an examination table, depending on which part of your body is being investigated.
The radiographer will place you between the x-ray machine and the imaging device that captures the x-rays being transmitted through that part of your body.
The radiographer may shield parts of your body with a lead apron. This is to reduce the risk of unnecessary exposure to radiation.

The radiographer will need to touch you in order to position your body correctly for each picture.
The radiographer operates the controls while each image is taken. To do this, they will stand behind a screen and call instructions to you if necessary.
You may be asked to hold your breath for a couple of seconds as each picture is taken, so that the breathing movement doesn’t blur the images.
A straightforward and conventional x-ray examination of the hand, for example, usually takes a few minutes. Other types of x-ray examination may take longer. Doctor Bargaining Rs.50

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எக்ஸ்ரே (X-Ray) எடுக்கும் அரசு ஊழியர் ஒரு எக்ஸ்ரேக்கு 50 ரூபாய் இரண்டு எக்ஸ்ரே எடுத்தால் 100 ரூபாய் என்று பேரம் பேசி லஞ்சம் வாங்கும் காட்சி இது….

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