Post injecting a patient with antipsychotic drugs, which is going against her wishes, medical staff has placed its apology for violating her human rights.
A Public Service Ombudsman in Scotland has issued a serious level report concerning handling of the senior citizen’s case when admitted at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary in February in the previous year.
As per the report, the patient had been injected with drugs by the staff that handled the senior citizen’s case and administered her with drugs against he will at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary.
Also, the report said that staff overlooked taking necessary steps that needed to be taken and did not offer proper care whilst the patient was in the hospital.
The supervisory body said that the staff at NHS Grampian must go through improved training, so that patients can be given better care.
The protest arose after a woman, spoken of as Mrs. A in the report, had been admitted to this hospital post her passing out.
She did not want to be injected with antibiotics yet was administered with the same.
Also, the report informed that there was no information on whether any steps were taken by the staff to get permission from the patient.
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