Socialistisk sjukvård betyder ransonerad sjukvård. Det betyder att folk måste vänta i långa smärtsamma köer. En del dör i väntan på vård. En del blir utan vård helt och hållet, och dör till följd av det.
Detta händer i Storbritannien och Kanada där de har socialistisk sjukvård. Och det händer här i Sverige:
Rationing of care is a reality under universal health insurance. Yet, its advocates seem universally oblivious to it. In an effort to unmask the reality of ”universal coverage,” here are some actual case histories of real people with real experiences. They were reported by Swedish news media, in some instances numerous times. Sweden has longer experience with socialized medicine than almost any other country in the world.
In October 2003 Mrs. A., who lives in Malmo, Sweden, gave birth to a baby boy. (1) She was signed out from the hospital six hours after delivering the baby. There are not enough beds, so delivering a baby ”without complications” is an outpatient procedure. Budget cuts have eliminated beds and medical staff.
The next day Mr. and Mrs. A. noticed that their baby was weak and did not want to eat. As is common in Sweden, they did not call a doctor. Instead they called the tax-paid ”TeleMedicine” service. Nobody advised them to go see a doctor right away.
The following day their baby died of pneumonia.
För fler exempel på hur ransoneringen av sjukvården skördar offer i Sverige, läs ”Lessons from Sweden’s universal health system: tales from the health-care crypt” av Sven R Larson.