Image 1 of 1
A nurse who preferred to remain unnamed prepares an injection for an unstable patient who burst through the ward?s doors in the evening hours. Both the hospital and the patients contribute to payment for drugs in an often erratic and unregulated process...On the other hand, after a couple of patients developed Type 2 (adult onset) diabetes, the ward's chief psychiatrist B. K. reveals a potential downside to using psychosomatic drugs: "A high blood sugar level is beginning to be somewhat of a problem for many patients because the drugs they take may elevate it. And then there?s the lack of mobility that may contribute to the development of the disease."