In the same week, we have this:
The previous Malaysian PM, Tun Mahathir Mohamad went in for his second coronary bypass operation today at the age of 82. The operation was done successfully and he's well at the moment. His operation was performed by local surgeons, Tan Sri Yahya Awang and Datuk Dr Razali Watooth with assistance of Dr Hartzell Schaff, the chief cardiac surgeon from Mayo Clinic.And this:
Due to the negligence of specialists, little month-old Yok Shan got a screwed-up IV cannulation from a houseman (who isn't qualified to attend to an infant, but might have been under someone else's order), and ended up with an amputated, gangrenous arm.I hope that we head towards the standard of the former and solve the underlying organizational weakness that contributed to Yok Shan's tragedy. We could really do better than another amputated arm or an ambulance without fuel.