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Their faculty lounge has wifi and we tried in vain to connect. A man sat down near us. We started talking a bit and as it turns out, he is a surgeon who is working for the University. He asked us what we were doing here and we told him we are in public health; he asked if we had seen the hospital to which I said: only the out-patient, no in-patient. Classes were cancelled for some reason and he said he would show us around after our meeting if we so wished. Our meeting was off campus and lasted maybe an hour.
It went well. We called the doctor and he told us to meet him at the hospital. There were two main rooms for the patients, one for women and children and one for men. Each room was fairly dilapidated and the beds were placed about 3 feet from each other; 15 beds per room and no space or bed was left vacant.
Beddings were old and worn; IVs were dirty in appearance, rooms smelled like infected wounds. He took us by each patient and described their condition. There were a lot of burn victims. Evidently each family has a fire inside their house and sometimes while breast feeding the mother will fall asleep and the baby will roll into the fire. There were also several epileptics with burns.
In a side room there was a mentally challenged man with several stabbing wounds inflicted by his family in an attempt to drive out the evil spirits that cause his mental retardation, along with several other men whose conditions were caused by violence. The doctor was amazing with his patients; he was very jovial and personable and he would tickle the women and children to get them to smile.
We left in-patient and went to the ICU. There were about 4 patients in the ward; two children, two women. In in-patient there was a man who was receiving a drug to help him lose fluid that he was taken off of. He told a resident and a nurse to put him back on the drug and he later told us the odds of the man actually receiving the drug were less than A young boy in the ICU was on his back and the doctor asked the attending physician if a boy with his condition should be on his back or upright, should he be receiving oxygen, can he physically drink liquids, etc.