No Insurance: Get Free Homeless Health Care and Free Wound Care at the Homeless Voice Shelter for the Homeless

Posted on February 5th, by Sean Cononie in Uncategorized. No Comments

Free Homeless Health Care

The very graphic video shows a long time homeless man getting free homeless health care for a ulcer in the lower back. It is very graphic so if you have a weak system where you cannot handle blood or inside of a body you may not want to watch this video.

This man had a big hole in his back and was released from the hospital to a homeless shelter where the hospital did agree for homeless health care for the wound done by them. What happens when there is leakage where others can get sick if they sit where this man just got done sitting and the leakage was left on the chair? Or what happens when the packing from inside the wound comes out? Then we must make do until the nurse comes back in the next day.

Also in this area where the wound is,  it is located close to where when he uses the rest room and does number two it almost becomes impossible for a good clean up. You for sure do not want to cross contaminate when he wipes putting his number two in his wound. This could cause a new bacterial infection known as E-Coli. So if his diaper and wound dressing is full of number two then we must always look to clean it up to make sure none of the number two is spread to his wound and for others not to sit where he sat .

The next big step for anyone receiving homeless health care is to make sure he does not sleep or sit all day on that wound. So every two hours security will go by and put him on a floor matt or lounge chair on his side for about 30 to 45 minutes. Their job is to make sure he does not put pressure on the already pressure ulcer.  If he does not turn his positions or get pressure off the area the wound will only get worse.   Providers in the medical filed sometimes forget the mental status of their patients and to fine tune their recovery based on the IQ , social skills and the mental health of the patient.   They sometimes expect for every patient to get it right.

Click the link to the video on line and remember it is graphic and anyone under 18 years of age should not view this video.

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