Dr. butcher taught the Russians how to distinguish a bad doctor from a good

well-Known TV presenter and the chief doctor of a Moscow hospital Alexander Myasnikov gave advice to Russians how you can distinguish a bad doctor from a good one.

For example, he cited the seaman, who uses the word “swam” instead of “went”. In his Instagram the doctor reminded that people usually make an impression on some key words.

According to Myasnikov, the doctor hardly competent if he prescribes antibiotics for such symptoms as temperature to 38 degrees, sneezing, chills, and body aches.

Dr. butcher also believes that the lack of skill evidenced by the doctor’s recommendation about compulsory admission of “beneficial bacteria”.

the Broadcaster added that a competent physician would not treat hypertension rates intramuscular injections or IVS. In addition, according to Myasnikov, a good specialist will not prescribe pensioner with heart trouble painkillers from the group of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs.

Earlier, the doctor said that the panic over pandemic coronavirus wound, “who is going to die, he will die.”

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