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Thai Nurse Viral Video: Video shows there are good nurses out there by katty : September 28, 2018, 08:43:24 PM
With the image of nurses tainted by a nurse's rough handling of a geriatric patient in Phitsanulok, a story from Khon Kaen shows there are good nurses working out there.

Pornmongkol Tongchai posted a video clip on Facebook on Thursday showing a nurse riding pillion on a motorcycle along a narrow muddy track through sugarcane fields to get to a patient in Nam Phong district.



"I just want to show another side of nurses, those who are determined to do their job. That's it," he wrote.

The 1.27-minute-long clip has drawn more than one million views and many encouraging comments from commentators on social media.

"I praise this case. But the other case should be condemned," wrote a commentator by the name of Jaotatee Leonoi.

He apparently was referring to a nurse's violent handling of an old patient at Buddhachinnaraj Phitsanulok Hospital. The hospital management had to front up and make a public apology, and then transferred her to another area where she has no need to interact with patients.



Mr Pornmongkol gave details on Friday about the clip he had posted, saying it was filmed on Wednesday.

The nursewas  from Nam Phong Hospital in Nam Phong district and was rushing rushed to help a farmer who had passed out while working in a field. The path to the patient was impassible by ambulance for  the last kilometre, so the nurse borrowed a motorcycle from another farmer and made the trip riding pillion with a first-aid medic as the driver, so that she could assist the ill farmer.

The farmer suffered a brain infarction and was admitted to an intensive care unit at Khon Kaen hospital, said Mr Pornmongkol, who is a male nurse and was part of the surgical team on Wednesday.

The country had 154,000 registered nurses in 2016, according to National Economic and Social Development Board figures.

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