Lawyer Dmitry Olshansky briefly but succinctly described the history of his illness, and in conclusion he asked all Russian medicine three important questions:
“I endured it and survived. I learned only one thing from this story: if the patient wants to survive, medicine is powerless here. Patient treatment protocol:
10/18: t + 39 with kopecks. The covid test is negative. Took an aspirin. For five days I lay and ate morsiks with paracetamol.
10/23: An ambulance arrives and says: any idiot understands that at temperatures above 39, you need to drink antibiotics for more than three days, not aspirin. Prescribes a horse recipe. Quickly for CT scan - then for hospitalization.
CT shows: pneumonia, 15% of lung damage.
10/24: The doctor on duty comes and says: any idiot understands that with 15% of the lesion, hospitalization is not needed. With a viral infection, antibiotics are not needed, but inhalation with a hormonal drug is needed. Test for covid - positive (up to 12/11).
10/25: The district doctor comes and says: any idiot understands that inhalations with hormones are not needed, antibiotics are not needed, but you still drink, bury your nose with a topical antibiotic and take expectorant tablets.
10/27: Paid Evidence-Based Medicine Doctor says: Any idiot understands that CT does not show anything at all, because in the morning it can be 20%, and in the evening 5%. Why expectorant if there is no cough? Why antibiotic in the nose if there is no snot? It is necessary to lie down and add some morsics with paracetamol. ta-daam!
A big human thanks to my immune system. This is the only system that works.